¿Cómo pez en el agua? Aporías de la sociología disposicional

  • Claudio E. Benzecry

Resumen

Pierre Bourdieu acuña el concepto de habitus, para interrogar la articulación entre corporalidad, cognición, procesos de singularización y temporalización, y lo colectivo .Este trabajo problematiza las aporías que se siguen de semejante ambición semántica. El artículo continúa con una breve presentación de los diferentes usos de habitus en la obra de Bourdieu, seguido de una discusión acerca de cómo el concepto ha sido desplegado en la investigación por sociólogos estadounidenses. La tercera y principal sección se detiene en las aporías que devienen del uso extendido del concepto, y las distintas sendas críticas que han recorrido los especialistas del tema. Esta última sección se centra, no tanto en las críticas que la obra de Bourdieu ha recibido, sino en la tensión que la producción erudita presenta respecto de las explicaciones más disposicionalistas de la acción social. En este sentido presento seis discusiones que apuntan a ciertas conexiones conceptuales o semánticas de habitus que han sido dadas por sentadas, y que han sido retomadas luego por autores como Lahire, Steinmetz, Wacquant, Auyero, y Boltanski.

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Benzecry, C. (2017). ¿Cómo pez en el agua? Aporías de la sociología disposicional. Cuestiones De SociologíA, (16), e026. doi:10.24215/23468904e026