Political subjectness: a case of transdisciplinary reflection
Автор: Kiyashchenko Larisa P., Golofast Anastasia V.
Журнал: Вестник Пермского университета. Философия. Психология. Социология @fsf-vestnik
Статья в выпуске: 4 (48), 2021 года.
The article attempts to comprehend the issues that arise in connection with the spread of transdisciplinary strategies.These are questions to actualize the consideration of transdisciplinarity, as a phenomenon hierarchically associated with an interdisciplinary form of human activity, which is considered as a heuristic primordial foundation of the modern stylistics of philosophizing. It clarifies, redefines, through the filter of the existential problems to be solved, the generally accepted provisions and laws of disciplinary knowledge, using the paradoxicality of the reflexive-recursive subject-object relations of postnonclassics. Political subjectivity can be considered a term in social and political philosophy that accounts for the ability to introduce change in the internal and external areas of the political form. Political subjects execute power in different ways and on different levels of the multilevel governance structure. On each level political subjects come into existence, develop and mature and then proceed with deconstruction. Political morphogenesis is a complex phenomenon. The main target for the closed political subjects is selfpreservation as these political forms have an in-built development ceiling, whereas the main target for the open political subjects is evolution as a process that is isomorphous with the environment. Political morphogenesis has an interval character: it happens mostly under the circumstances of uncertainty and unpredictability of the political life when the political form’s old parameters of order are no longer functional while the new order parameters have not been established yet. This is the momentum when political entrepreneurs enter the political stage - those are political subjects that extract value from uncertainty by offering a crisis management initiative that eventually leads to the empowerment of the political entrepreneur by granting it more power and a widened authority scope.
Authority delegation, path dependence, political complexity, political subject, transdisciplinarity
Короткий адрес: https://sciup.org/147236926
IDR: 147236926 | DOI: 10.17072/2078-7898/2021-4-569-581
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