EXC 264/2: Ökonomische und soziale Reproduktion (TP B-3-7)


In this project, Joseph Vogl demonstrated through the theme of chrematistics and its profile of characteristics how economic processes and social structures permeate and pervade each other.
The project followed the transformation of chrematistics to the ascendancy of finance in early modernity and demonstrates the dynamics of a new politico-economic power.

In this project, Joseph Vogl demonstrated through the theme of chrematistics and its profile of characteristics how economic processes and social structures permeate and pervade each other.
The project followed the transformation of chrematistics to the ascendancy of finance in early modernity and demonstrates the dynamics of a new politico-economic power.

Projektleitung
Vogl, Joseph Prof. Dr. phil. (Details) (Neuere deutsche Literatur / Literatur- und Kulturwissenschaft / Medien)

Laufzeit
Projektstart: 11/2012
Projektende: 10/2017

Forschungsbereiche
Alte Kulturen

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