Journal of Siberian Federal University. Humanities & Social Sciences / Prospects of Topological Anthropology. Social Topology in Modern Social Science

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Journal of Siberian Federal University. Humanities & Social Sciences: 2012, Vol. 5, Issue 1
Azarenko, Sergey A.
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Azarenko, Sergey A. : Ural Federal University , 51 Lenina str., Ekaterinburg, 620083 Russia , e-mail:
corporeality; locality; consistency; social space and time; social practices and technique

This text explores the bodily interactions of the people as far as they create the different configurations of the social Being. The author treats the displacement and replacement of these interactions as the demarcation of social space by means of signs. This latter process is considered to be the essence of the symbolically arranged social world. The human being has been figured since then as the real living being (man or woman at that) which has produced in its placements and communications the social and historical Being. The human being has been pictured as the bodily, social, and communicative agent of the social action. The people live conjointly. The common life is the bodily community proper. It is the community of the body with its specific techniques and practices that reproduces sociality. It is the community of the body while continuing itself beyond its borders into the interactions with the other bodies that produces different forms of the social beings.

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