Article | Valuation Studies | Grappling with the Economy of Enrichment





Title:
Grappling with the Economy of Enrichment
Author:
Luc Boltanski: EHESS, France Arnaud Esquerre: CNRS, France
DOI:
10.3384/VS.2001-5592.153175
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In a conversation with Fabian Muniesa from the board of editors of Valuation Studies, Luc Boltanski and Arnaud Esquerre unravelled a few of the distinguishing features of their new work on the sociology of valuation. Combining an updated view on the pragmatics of justification and a more recent preoccupation with the problem of prices, their proposal appears as both a suitable contribution and a timely challenge to current threads in valuation studies. It also interacts in a stimulating fashion with their concomitant analysis of the political atmosphere in France, and more widely of the shift to identity that so vividly informs the critique of capitalism today.
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Year:
2015
Volume:
3
Issue:
1
Pages:
75-83
No. of pages:
9
Publication type:
Article
Published:
2015-10-14

Volume 3, Issue: 1, Article 4, 2015

Author:
Luc Boltanski, Arnaud Esquerre
Title:
Grappling with the Economy of Enrichment:
DOI:
10.3384/VS.2001-5592.153175
References:

Boltanski, Luc. 2011. On Critique: A Sociology of Emancipation. Cambridge: Polity.

Boltanski, Luc. 2012, Love and Justice as Competences: Three Essays on the Sociology of Action. Cambridge: Polity.

Boltanski, Luc, and Ève Chiapello. 2005. The New Spirit of Capitalism. London: Verso.

Boltanski, Luc, and Arnaud Esquerre. 2014a. “La ‘collection’, une forme neuve du capitalisme: la mise en valeur économique du passé et ses effets”. Les Temps Modernes 679: 5–72. DOI: 10.3917/ltm.679.0005

Boltanski, Luc, and Arnaud Esquerre. 2014b. Vers l’extrême: extension des domains de la droite. Bellevaux: Éditions Dehors.

Boltanski, Luc, and Laurent Thévenot. 2006. On Justification: Economies of Worth. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.

Volume 3, Issue: 1, Article 4, 2015

Author:
Luc Boltanski, Arnaud Esquerre
Title:
Grappling with the Economy of Enrichment:
DOI:
10.3384/VS.2001-5592.153175
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