Max Jorge Hinderer: 'The Extended Sensitivity Economy: On Micro and Macroplans of the Global Circulation'

Max Jorge Hinderer

05 Oct. 2013

The production of the sensitive – and along with it the aesthetic condition of the subject – has been intrinsically linked to the flows and global circulation that since the beginning of modernity have determined the implementation of the bio-political regime. Max Jorge Hinderer revisits three historical moments to determine what he calls the circulatory principle of the extended sensitivity economy: the reforms of Felipe II and their impact on the Andean colonial economy (sixteenth century); the Enlightenment and the Central European bourgeois emancipation (eighteenth century); and deregulation of the modes of production in the USA during the post-war era (twentieth century).

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