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Corporeality in Context of Problem of Human Identity: Body of Protest as Form of Individual Social Representation
BSTY named after V. G. Shoukhov
2 Belgorod State Technological University named after V. G. Shoukhov, Russia
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The article is devoted to socially representative dimensions of human corporeality, considered in the context of social experience. At the same time, social experience is taken by the authors, first of all, as a torture of protest, where the protest is conceived as a constituting factor of self-reflection. Analyzing the phenomenon of corporeality through the prism of the communicative element, as well as a representative of the manifestations of human consciousness, the authors proceed from a theoretical premise: corporeality returns itself, its presents in postmodern neo-postmodernism as a spontaneous sensuality of mass culture that breaks through taboo. The main aspect of corporeality is corporality, acting as the result of communicative action and presenting us to the other in the act of communicative action. At the same time, the authors introduce the concept of “prosthetic solidity” and prove that a demonstrative change in the body, in our opinion, is the most radical, vivid and ambiguous form of protest corporeality. In the article, the various forms of protest corporealityare analyzed. The main categories which were analyzed in the article are: protest corporality, communicative space, protest movement, social representation.
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