The article elucidates the concept of subjectivity in Karl Marx, while providing an analysis from a Heideggerian and a Foucaultian perspective. Furthermore, the aim of the article is to determine the relevance of the categories elaborated by Heidegger and Foucault in the analysis of the Marxist concept of subjectivity. In order to achieve this goal, the article is divided into three sections. First, the concept of subjectivity is studied as it appears in Marx's works. Second, a Heideggerian reading of that concept is reconstructed from elements of the "early" and "later" Heidegger. Third, a Foucaultian reading of subjectivity is proposed from the coordinates of the notions of governmentality, veridiction and subjectivation. It is concluded that the readings of Heidegger and Foucault are, respectively, insufficient and partially sufficient, which does not exclude, however, the possibility of adding nuances to them in order to develop, with contributions from all three philosophers, a kind of "post-Heideggerian and post-Foucaultian Marxism".
|Título traducido de la contribución||Subjectivity and subjectivation in Marx: A confrontational reading from heidegger and foucault|
|Número de páginas||36|
|Estado||Publicada - dic. 2021|