My dissertation concerns historical modes of reasoning towards future uncertainties. I, in particular, focus on semiotic forms of inference, and this logic’s epistemological roots through a genealogy. Via a number of exemplars, I also demonstrate how, and where, this semiotic style of anticipation is present in modern economic activity, and how it relates to recent sociological theorizing on the temporal structure of capitalism.
Primary research areas
Social and political theory
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Globalization: Practices, Perspectives and Ideologies
I supervise both undergraduate and master projects.