課程資訊
課程名稱
物的理論
Theories on Object and Materiality 
開課學期
106-1 
授課對象
工學院  建築與城鄉研究所  
授課教師
王志弘 
課號
BP7189 
課程識別碼
544 M4800 
班次
 
學分
3.0 
全/半年
半年 
必/選修
選修 
上課時間
星期四A,B,C(18:25~21:05) 
上課地點
工綜313 
備註
限碩士班以上
總人數上限:15人
外系人數限制:3人 
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http://ceiba.ntu.edu.tw/1061BP7189_object 
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課程概述

世界充斥著物(object, thing, artifact, material, materiality),但也處於物匱乏的狀態;人們因物而感到厭膩,卻又持續渴求著物。物構成人類的存在條件,甚至也是人類存在的內涵。人類的身分認同通過對於物的認知、辨識、分類、佔有、分派、轉移、食用、餽贈、符號化、象徵化、神聖化、污名化、禁忌化、排斥、排泄等機制而構成和轉變。自然物、人造物、科技物、聖物或棄物,既是人類社會產物,又是構成社會的因素,甚至是推動社會轉化的重要動力。最終,人本身也是物,既是血肉之軀的物,也是特定社會關係下,對象化、物化或異化或臣屬的物。另一方面,人類往往會將特定物件予以擬人化、主體化,從而形成複雜異質而難以區分的主體與客體關係;各種科技的發展,特別是自動化機器和人工智慧的進展,更是迷糊了人與非人的邊界。於是,相較於西方啟蒙理性下鮮明的主體和客體二分,以及對於(人類)主體自主性的追尋,晚近學界開啟了物質轉向(material turn),關心各種物質在人類社會中繁複多樣但根本的作用。

本課程將引介馬克思(Karl Marx)和佛洛依德(Sigmund Freud)的古典物質關切,特別是物化、對象化、異化、拜物教、戀物癖等概念所擾動的人與物之關係;接著,布希亞(Jean Baudrillard)的物體系,則開啟以消費社會中符號化之物為核心的提問。在鋪陳了馬克思主義、後結構主義,以迄物質符號學的主客體構成後,我們將進入物質文化(material culture)研究的豐富場域,聚焦於各種理論取向和概念的經驗運用,包括身體感官、物質實作、人與物的關係、建築與營造環境等議題。然後,接軌科技與社會研究(Science, Technology and Society, STS)的關切,進一步探討建築、設計與物質之間的道德關係和權力。最後,本課程引介當前以物質及科技物為主角的新研究取向,在關係和實作存有論之基礎上,強調物作為非人行動者的能動性、生機活力及政治性,以拉圖(Bruno Latour)、哈曼(Graham Hartman)、本涅特(Jane Bennett)等新物質論(new materialism)學說,以及「物導向存有論」(object-oriented ontology, OOO)為代表。
 

課程目標
具體而言,本課程目標在於令修課者
(一)掌握物與物質理論的重要概念和分析視角;
(二)通過閱讀、報告、討論和實際課題研究,學習運用既有理論概念來探討社會和物質的關係;
(三)通過實際議題的探討和掌握,摸索與既有理論取向對話的可能性。
 
課程要求
■ 課程要求:

盡力閱讀課程材料,勇於發問,勤於出席。修習者的投入與表現,對本課程能否順利運作非常重要。本課程採取講演和討論課(seminar)並行方式,每次上課由教師講授和提示重點,並由參與者分配導讀該週的閱讀材料,每篇文章報告時間,必須控制於十五分鐘,盡量留時間發問和討論,探討能跟理論概念對話的經驗議題。報告者必須分發書面提要(必須包含三百字以內之摘述,主要論點和論證邏輯之說明【配合論證圖示】,以及評論和問題)。
沒有分配到當週閱讀材料導讀的同學,則需繳交針對某一篇或全部閱讀材料的讀書心得和提問,至少一頁。旁聽的同學,不需分配閱讀材料的導讀,也不必繳交作業,但是必須每堂課繳交讀書心得和提問。

本課程的設計份量,需要修課者在課堂外花費四倍以上的時間,也就是3 X 4=12個小時,包括閱讀教材、撰寫摘要或讀書心得及提問的時間。

各項報告須準時繳交,遲交一天扣五分,但以扣除五十分為上限。繳交時間明定於各周進度中。但期末報告不得遲交。

課程報告摘要和心得提問,須於上課前(當天下午4: 00)以前上傳至Ceiba課程網頁討論區。

■ 摘要寫作要點:

書面摘要必須於首頁列明報告文獻(APA格式)、日期、報告人,先有三百字摘要,述明整篇文章的問題意識和主要論點。然後是經過消化的、條理分明的內容概述。換言之,不宜逐段摘譯,最好是整理出文中討論的主要問題,以及作者對這些問題的回答或爭辯,建議以圖表方式整理出主要的論證架構,也可以搭配一些圖片,譬如說作者照片、書影或文中提到的人物和事件圖片。如果直接引述文中語句或段落,必須以不同字體清楚標示,並加註頁碼。最後,必須針對文獻內容提出問題,或是可供延伸討論的經驗議題。


 
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參考書目
黃應貴主編(2004)《物與物質文化》。台北:中央研究院民族學研究所。
孟悅、羅鋼主編(2008)《物質文化讀本》。北京:北京大學出版社。
陳玨主編(2011)《超越文本:物質文化研究新視野》。新竹市:清華大學出版社。
Appadurai, Arjun (ed.)(1986) The Social Life of Things: Commodities in Cultural Perspective. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.
Attfield, Judy (2000) Wild Things: The Material Culture of Everyday Life. Oxford, UK: Berg.
Bennett, Tony and Patrick Joyce (eds)(2010) Material Powers: Cultural Studies, History and the Material Turn. London: Routledge.
Buchli, Victor (ed.)(2002) The Material Culture Reader. Oxford, UK: Berg.
Candlin, Fiona and Raiford Guins (eds.)(2009) The Object Reader. London: Routledge.
Dant, Tim (2004) Materiality and Society. Berkshire: Open University Press.
Harvey, Penny et al (eds.) (2014) Objects and Materials: A Routledge Companion. London: Routledge.
Miller, Daniel (ed.)(1998) Material Cultures: Why Some Things Matter. London: UCL Press.
Tilly, Christopher (ed.)(1990) Reading Material Culture: Structuralism, Hermeneutics and Post-Structuralism. Oxford, UK: Basil Blackwell.
Woodward, Ian (2007) Understanding Material Culture. London: Sage.
 
指定閱讀
各週進度與閱讀材料

實際閱讀份量將視修課人數與上課狀況調整。有*號之文章收錄於課程網頁,其餘材料請自行準備。

第一週 課程介紹:物我兩分、物我兩忘? 9/14
□閱讀材料
1.黃應貴(2004)〈導論:物與物質文化〉,收於黃應貴編《物與物質文化》(頁1-26)。台北:中央研究院民族學研究所。*
2.Miller, Daniel (2005) Materiality: An introduction. In Daniel Miller (ed.), Materiality (pp. 1-50). Durham, NC: Duke University Press.*
3.王志弘(2002)〈技術中介的人與自我:網際空間、分身組態與記憶裝置〉。《資訊社會研究》3: 1-24。*
4.王志弘(2014)〈物的治理:移動風險、物權道德與失物招領的秩序〉。《國家發展研究》14(1): 117-158。*
□參考資料
1.Hicks, Dan and Mary C. Beaudry (2010) Introduction: Material culture studies: a reactionary view. In Dan Hicks and Mary C. Beaudry (eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Material Culture Studies (pp. 1-24). Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.*

第二週 物質文化概念 9/21
□閱讀材料
1.Dent, Tim (2009)《物質文化》(Material Culture in the Social World)(龔永慧譯)。台北:書林。(有英文版檔案*)
□參考資料
1.Dant, Tim (2004) Materiality and Society. Berkshire: Open University Press.*
2.Woodward, Ian (2007) Understanding Material Culture. London: Sage.*

第三週 物化、異化、拜物教與戀物癖:Marx與Freud 9/28
□閱讀材料
1.Marx, Karl(1990)〈異化勞動〉,《1844年經濟學哲學手稿》(伊海宇譯)(頁47-61)。台北:時報文化。
(http://chinatide.net/xiachao/1844EPM.html)*
2.Marx, Karl(1975)〈商品的拜物教性質及其秘密〉,《資本論》(第一卷)(頁87-101)。北京:人民出版社。
(http://chinatide.net/xiachao/Capital1.html)*
3.Freud, Sigmund (2002)〈戀物癖〉(Fetishism)(陽明敏譯)。《中外文學》31(7): 111-118。*
4.Ellen, Roy (1988) Fetishism. Man, New Series, 23(2): 213-235.*
□參考資料
1.Honneth, Axel (2008) Reification: A New Look at an Old Idea. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.*
2.Chari, Anita (2015) A Political Economy of the Senses: Neoliberalism, Reification, Critique. New York: Columbia University Press.*
3.Ludovisi, Stefano Giacchetti (2015) Critical Theory and the Challenge of Praxis: Beyond Reification. Surrey, UK: Ashgate.*
4.Floyd, Kevin (2009) The Reification of Desire: Toward a Queer Marxism. Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota Press.*
5.Jaeggi, Rahel (2014) Alienation (trans. by Frederick Neuhouser and Alan E. Smith). New York: Columbia University Press.*
6.Ollman, Bertell (1976) Alienation: Marx's Conception of Man in a Capitalist Society (2nd ed.). Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.*
7.Wendling, Amy (2009) Karl Marx on Technology and Alienation. Hampshire, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.*
8.Kaplan, Louise J. (2006) Cultures of Fetishism. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
9.Apter, Emily and William Pietz (eds) (1993) Fetishism as Cultural Discourse. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press.*
10.Iacono, Alfonso Maurizio (2016) The History and Theory of Fetishism. Hampshire, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.*
11.Böhme, Hartmut (2014) Fetishism and Culture: A Different Theory of Modernity (trans. by Anna Galt). Berlin: Walter de Gruyter.*

第四週 物體系:消費社會的符號物 10/5
□閱讀材料
1.Baudrillard, Jean (1997)《物體系》(Le système des objects)(林志明譯)。台北:書林。*(另有英文檔案*)(閱讀B, C, D)
□參考資料
1.Baudrillard, Jean (1981) For a Critique of the Political Economy of the Sign (trans. by Charles Levin). Candor, NY: Telos Press.*
2.Baudrillard, Jean (1995) Simulacra and Simulation (trans. by Sheila Faria Glaser). Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press.*

第五週 物質論與主體:馬克思主義、(後)結構主義與物質符號學(I) 10/12
□閱讀材料
1.Beetz, Johannes (2016) Introduction. In Materiality and Subject in Marxism, (Post-)Structuralism, and Material Semiotics (pp. 1-8). London: Palgrave Macmillan.*
2.Beetz, Johannes (2016) Prelude: The Cartesian Subject and German Idealism. In Materiality and Subject in Marxism, (Post-)Structuralism, and Material Semiotics (pp. 9-20). London: Palgrave Macmillan.*
3.Beetz, Johannes (2016) The Materiality of Conditions and the Subject of Ideology. In Materiality and Subject in Marxism, (Post-)Structuralism, and Material Semiotics (pp. 21-48). London: Palgrave Macmillan.*

第六週 物質論與主體:馬克思主義、(後)結構主義與物質符號學(II) 10/19
□閱讀材料
1.Beetz, Johannes (2016) Structural Causality and Material Ideology. In Materiality and Subject in Marxism, (Post-)Structuralism, and Material Semiotics (pp. 49-72). London: Palgrave Macmillan.*
2.Beetz, Johannes (2016) The Materiality of Language and the Decentered Subject. In Materiality and Subject in Marxism, (Post-)Structuralism, and Material Semiotics (pp. 73-108). London: Palgrave Macmillan.*
3.Beetz, Johannes (2016) Material Semiotics and the Rhizomatic Subject. In Materiality and Subject in Marxism, (Post-)Structuralism, and Material Semiotics (pp. 109-136). London: Palgrave Macmillan.*
4.Beetz, Johannes (2016) Conclusion. In Materiality and Subject in Marxism, (Post-)Structuralism, and Material Semiotics (pp. 137-140). London: Palgrave Macmillan.*


第七週 物質文化研究(I):理論觀點 10/26
□閱讀材料
1.Maurer, Bill (2006) In the matter of Marxism. In Chris Tilley, Webb Keane, Susan Kuechler-Fogden, Mike Rowlands, and Patricia Spyer (eds.), Handbook of Material Culture (pp. 13-28). London: Sage.*
2.Layton, Robert (2006) Structuralism and semiotics. In Chris Tilley, Webb Keane, Susan Kuechler-Fogden, Mike Rowlands, and Patricia Spyer (eds.), Handbook of Material Culture (pp. 29-42). London: Sage.*
3.Thomas, Julian (2006) Phenomenology and material culture. In Chris Tilley, Webb Keane, Susan Kuechler-Fogden, Mike Rowlands, and Patricia Spyer (eds.), Handbook of Material Culture (pp. 43-59). London: Sage.*
4.Tilley, Christopher (2006) Objectification. In Chris Tilley, Webb Keane, Susan Kuechler-Fogden, Mike Rowlands, and Patricia Spyer (eds.), Handbook of Material Culture (pp. 60-73). London: Sage.*
5.Hoskins, Janet (2006) Agency, biography and objects. In Chris Tilley, Webb Keane, Susan Kuechler-Fogden, Mike Rowlands, and Patricia Spyer (eds.), Handbook of Material Culture (pp. 74-84). London: Sage.*
6.Olsen, Bjørnar (2006) Scenes from a troubled engagement: Post-structuralism and material culture studies. In Chris Tilley, Webb Keane, Susan Kuechler-Fogden, Mike Rowlands, and Patricia Spyer (eds.), Handbook of Material Culture (pp. 85-103). London: Sage.*
7.van Dommelen, Peter (2006) Colonial matters: Material culture and postcolonial theory in colonial situations. In Chris Tilley, Webb Keane, Susan Kuechler-Fogden, Mike Rowlands, and Patricia Spyer (eds.), Handbook of Material Culture (pp. 104-124). London: Sage.*
□參考資料
1.黃應貴主編(2004)《物與物質文化》。台北:中央研究院民族學研究所。
2.孟悅、羅鋼主編(2008)《物質文化讀本》。北京:北京大學出版社。
3.陳玨主編(2011)《超越文本:物質文化研究新視野》。新竹市:清華大學出版社。
4.Appadurai, Arjun (ed.)(1986) The Social Life of Things: Commodities in Cultural Perspective. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.*
5.Attfield, Judy (2000) Wild Things: The Material Culture of Everyday Life. Oxford, UK: Berg.*
6.Buchli, Victor (ed.)(2002) The Material Culture Reader. Oxford, UK: Berg.
7.Harvey, Penny et al (eds.) (2014) Objects and Materials: A Routledge Companion. London: Routledge.*
8.Miller, Daniel (ed.)(1998) Material Cultures: Why Some Things Matter. London: UCL Press.*
9.Tilly, Christopher (ed.)(1990) Reading Material Culture: Structuralism, Hermeneutics and Post-Structuralism. Oxford, UK: Basil Blackwell.
10.Arthurs,Jane and Iain Grant (eds)(2002) Crash Cultures: Modernity, Mediation and the Material. Bristle, UK: Intellect.*
11.Batchelor, Jennie and Cora Kaplan (eds)( 2007) Women and Material Culture, 1660-1830. Hampshire, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.*
12.Tischleder, Babette B. and Sarah Wasserman (eds)(2015) Cultures of Obsolescence: History, Materiality, and the Digital Age. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.*
13.Gillespie, Tarleton, Pablo J. Boczkowski and Kirsten A. Foot (eds)(2014) Media Technologies: Essays on Communication, Materiality, and Society. Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press.*
14.Miller, Daniel (ed.)(2001) Car Cultures. Oxford, UK: Berg.*
15.Edwards, Elizabeth and Janice Hart (eds.)(2004) Photographs Objects Histories: On the Materiality of Images. London: Routledge.*
16.Hallam, Elizabeth and Jenny Hockey (2001) Death, Memory and Material Culture. Oxford, UK: Berg.*
17.Gregson,Nicky and Louise Crewe (2003) Second-Hand Cultures. Oxford, UK: Berg.*
18.Bennett, Tony and Patrick Joyce (eds)(2010) Material Powers: Cultural Studies, History and the Material Turn. London: Routledge.
19.Candlin, Fiona and Raiford Guins (eds.)(2009) The Object Reader. London: Routledge.
20.Fuglerud, Øivind and Leon Wainwright (eds)(2015) Objects and Imagination: Perspectives on Materialization and Meaning. New York: Berghahn.

第八週 物質文化研究(II):學科視角 11/2
□閱讀材料
1.Hicks, Dan (2010) The material-cultural turn: event and effect. In Dan Hicks and Mary C. Beaudry (eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Material Culture Studies (pp. 25-98). Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.*
2.Cook, Ian and Divya P. Tolia-Kelly (2010) Material geographies. In Dan Hicks and Mary C. Beaudry (eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Material Culture Studies (pp. 99-122). Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.*
3.George, Robert Saint (2010) Material culture in folklife studies. In Dan Hicks and Mary C. Beaudry (eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Material Culture Studies (pp. 123-149). Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.*
4.Stahl, Ann Brower (2010) Material histories. In Dan Hicks and Mary C. Beaudry (eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Material Culture Studies (pp. 150-172). Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.*
5.Law, John (2010) The materials of STS. In Dan Hicks and Mary C. Beaudry (eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Material Culture Studies (pp. 173-190). Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.*

第九週 物質文化研究(III):身體、物質與感官 11/9
□閱讀材料
1.Pinney, Christopher (2006) Four types of visual culture. In Chris Tilley, Webb Keane, Susan Kuechler-Fogden, Mike Rowlands, and Patricia Spyer (eds.), Handbook of Material Culture (pp. 131-144). London: Sage.*
2.Farquhar Judith (2006) Food, Eating, and the Good Life. In Chris Tilley, Webb Keane, Susan Kuechler-Fogden, Mike Rowlands, and Patricia Spyer (eds.), Handbook of Material Culture (pp. 145-160). London: Sage.*
3.Howes, David (2006) Scent, sound and synaesthesia: Intersensoriality and material culture theory. In Chris Tilley, Webb Keane, Susan Kuechler-Fogden, Mike Rowlands, and Patricia Spyer (eds.), Handbook of Material Culture (pp. 161-172). London: Sage.*
4.Young, Diana (2006) The Colours of things. In Chris Tilley, Webb Keane, Susan Kuechler-Fogden, Mike Rowlands, and Patricia Spyer (eds.), Handbook of Material Culture (pp. 173-185). London: Sage.*
5.Warnier, Jean-Pierre (2006) Inside and outside: Surfaces and containers. In Chris Tilley, Webb Keane, Susan Kuechler-Fogden, Mike Rowlands, and Patricia Spyer (eds.), Handbook of Material Culture (pp. 186-196). London: Sage.*
□參考資料
■繳交「小作業:物與人的關係」。


第十週 物質文化研究(IV):物質實踐 11/16
□閱讀材料
1.Pickering, Andrew (2010) Material culture and the dance of agency. In Dan Hicks and Mary C. Beaudry (eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Material Culture Studies (pp. 191-208). Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.*
2.Dietler, Michael (2010) Consumption. In Dan Hicks and Mary C. Beaudry (eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Material Culture Studies (pp. 209-228). Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.*
3.Lucas, Gavin (2010) Fieldwork and collecting. In Dan Hicks and Mary C. Beaudry (eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Material Culture Studies (pp. 29-245). Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.*
4.Miyazaki, Hirokazu (2010) Gifts and exchange. In Dan Hicks and Mary C. Beaudry (eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Material Culture Studies (pp. 265-290). Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.*
5.Morphy, Howard (2010) Art as action, art as evidence. In Dan Hicks and Mary C. Beaudry (eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Material Culture Studies (pp. 25-98) Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.*
6.Joyce, Rosemary and Joshua Pollard (2010) Archaeological assemblage and practices of deposition. In Dan Hicks and Mary C. Beaudry (eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Material Culture Studies (pp. 291-312). Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.*

第十一週 物質文化研究(V):物與人 11/23
□閱讀材料
1.Hollenback, Kacy L. and Michael B. Schiffer (2010) Technology and material life. In Dan Hicks and Mary C. Beaudry (eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Material Culture Studies (pp. 313-332). Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.*
2.Jones, Andy Jones and Nicole Boivin (2010) The malice of inanimate objects: Material agency. In Dan Hicks and Mary C. Beaudry (eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Material Culture Studies (pp. 333-351). Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.*
3.Fowler, Chris (2010) From Identity and Material Culture to Personhood and Materiality. In Dan Hicks and Mary C. Beaudry (eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Material Culture Studies (pp. 352-385). Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.*
4.Crossland, Zoe (2010) Materiality and embodiment. In Dan Hicks and Mary C. Beaudry (eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Material Culture Studies (pp. 386-405). Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.*
5.Hulme, Tatyana (2010) Material culture in primates. In Dan Hicks and Mary C. Beaudry (eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Material Culture Studies (pp. 406-426). Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.*
■繳交「期末報告計劃書」。

第十二週 物質文化研究(VI):地景與營造環境 11/30
□閱讀材料
1.Head, Lesley (2010) Cultural landscapes. In Dan Hicks and Mary C. Beaudry (eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Material Culture Studies (pp. 427-439). Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.*
2.Whatmore, Sarah and Steve Hinchliffe (2010) Ecological landscapes. In Dan Hicks and Mary C. Beaudry (eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Material Culture Studies (pp. 440-458). Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.*
3.Fletcher, Roland (2010) Urban materialities: Meaning, magnitude, friction and outcome. In Dan Hicks and Mary C. Beaudry (eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Material Culture Studies (pp. 459-483). Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.*
4.Lounsbury, Carl R. (2010) Architecture and cultural history. In Dan Hicks and Mary C. Beaudry (eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Material Culture Studies (pp. 484-501). Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.*
5.Buchli, Victor (2010) Household and ‘home cultures’. In Dan Hicks and Mary C. Beaudry (eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Material Culture Studies (pp. 502-520). Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.*
□參考資料
1.Whatmore, Sarah (2006) Materialist returns: Practising cultural geography in and for a more-than-human world. Cultural Geographies, 13(4): 600-609.*
2.Anderson, Ben and John Wylie (2009) On geography and materiality. Environment and Planning A, 41(2): 318-335.*
3.Tolia-Kelly, Divya P. (2011) The geographies of cultural geography III: Material geographies, vibrant matters and risking surface geographies. Progress in Human Geography, 37(1): 153-160.*
4.Nieuwenhuis, Marijn (2016) The emergence of materialism in geography: Belonging and being, space and place, sea and land. Social Science Information, 55(3): 300-320.*
5.Low, Martina (2016) The Sociology of Space: Materiality, Social Structures, and Action (trans. by Donald Goodwin). New York: Palgrave Macmillan*

第十三週 建築、物質與社會:STS 12/7
□閱讀材料
1.Reichmann, Werner and Anna-Lisa Müller (2015) The secrets of architecture’s actions. In Anna-Lisa Müller and Werner Reichmann (eds.), Architecture, Materiality and Society: Connecting Sociology of Architecture with Science and Technology Studies. (pp. 2-23). Hampshire, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.*
2.Våland, Marianne Stang and Susse Georg (2015) Designing a counter: the constitutive entanglement of the social and the material in architectural design. In Anna-Lisa Müller and Werner Reichmann (eds.), Architecture, Materiality and Society: Connecting Sociology of Architecture with Science and Technology Studies. (pp. 24-47). Hampshire, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.*
3.Łukasiuk, Magdalena and Marcin Jewdokimow (2015) The mutual influence of architecture and the social in a non-home. In Anna-Lisa Müller and Werner Reichmann (eds.), Architecture, Materiality and Society: Connecting Sociology of Architecture with Science and Technology Studies. (pp. 48-68). Hampshire, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.*
4.Leuenberger, Theresia (2015) The emergence of architecture-transformations: an examination of architecture experiences from the perspective of the sociology of space and actor-network-theory. In Anna-Lisa Müller and Werner Reichmann (eds.), Architecture, Materiality and Society: Connecting Sociology of Architecture with Science and Technology Studies. (pp. 69-98). Hampshire, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.*
5.Dányi, Endre (2015) The Parliament as a High-Political Programme. In Anna-Lisa Müller and Werner Reichmann (eds.), Architecture, Materiality and Society: Connecting Sociology of Architecture with Science and Technology Studies. (pp. 99-118). Hampshire, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.*
6.Yeh, Jarmin Christine (2015) The lure of restoration: Transforming buildings and bodies for ever-longer life. In Anna-Lisa Müller and Werner Reichmann (eds.), Architecture, Materiality and Society: Connecting Sociology of Architecture with Science and Technology Studies. (pp. 119-144). Hampshire, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.*
7.Bartram, Robin (2015) Infrastructures of epistemic moments: Buildings, black boxes, improvement and neighbourhood change. In Anna-Lisa Müller and Werner Reichmann (eds.), Architecture, Materiality and Society: Connecting Sociology of Architecture with Science and Technology Studies. (pp. 145-165). Hampshire, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.*
8.Herberg, Jeremias (2015) Putting architecture in its social space: the fields and skills of planning Maastricht. In Anna-Lisa Müller and Werner Reichmann (eds.), Architecture, Materiality and Society: Connecting Sociology of Architecture with Science and Technology Studies. (pp. 166-197). Hampshire, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.*
9.Chan, Jeffrey (2015) Moral agency in architecture? the dialectics of spatializing morality and moralizing spaces. In Anna-Lisa Müller and Werner Reichmann (eds.), Architecture, Materiality and Society: Connecting Sociology of Architecture with Science and Technology Studies. (pp. 198-214). Hampshire, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.*
10.Müller, Anna-Lisa and Werner Reichmann (2015) The actions of architecture: constituting a new sociology of architecture. In Anna-Lisa Müller and Werner Reichmann (eds.), Architecture, Materiality and Society: Connecting Sociology of Architecture with Science and Technology Studies. (pp. 215-246). Hampshire, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.*

第十四週 道德化科技:理解與設計事物的道德性 12/14
□閱讀材料
1.Verbeek, Peter-Paul (2011) Mediated morality. In Moralizing Technology: Understanding and Designing the Morality of Things (pp. 1-20). Chicago: The University of Chicago Press.*
2.Verbeek, Peter-Paul (2011) A nonhumanist ethics of technology. In Moralizing Technology: Understanding and Designing the Morality of Things (pp. 21-40). Chicago: The University of Chicago Press.*
3.Verbeek, Peter-Paul (2011) Do artifacts have morality? In Moralizing Technology: Understanding and Designing the Morality of Things (pp. 41-65). Chicago: The University of Chicago Press.*
4.Verbeek, Peter-Paul (2011) Technology and the moral subject. In Moralizing Technology: Understanding and Designing the Morality of Things (pp. 66-89). Chicago: The University of Chicago Press.*
5.Verbeek, Peter-Paul (2011) Morality in design. In Moralizing Technology: Understanding and Designing the Morality of Things (pp. 90-119). Chicago: The University of Chicago Press.*
6.Verbeek, Peter-Paul (2011) Moral environments: an application. In Moralizing Technology: Understanding and Designing the Morality of Things (pp. 120-138). Chicago: The University of Chicago Press.*
7.Verbeek, Peter-Paul (2011) Morality beyond mediation. In Moralizing Technology: Understanding and Designing the Morality of Things (pp. 139-152). Chicago: The University of Chicago Press.*
8.Verbeek, Peter-Paul (2011) Conclusion: accompanying technology. In Moralizing Technology: Understanding and Designing the Morality of Things (pp. 153-166). Chicago: The University of Chicago Press.*
□參考資料
1.Kroes, Peter and Peter-Paul Verbeek (eds.)(2014) The Moral Status of Technical Artefacts. New York: Springer.*
2.Verbeek, Peter-Paul (2005) What Things Do: Philosophical Reflections On Technology, Agency, and Design (trans. by Robert P. Crease). University Park, PA: The Pennsylvania State University Press.*
3.Verbeek, Peter-Paul and Adriaan Slob (eds.)(2006) User Behavior and Technology Development: Shaping Sustainable Relations Between Consumers and Technologies. New York: Springer.*

第十五週 超物體(hyperobject);物質導向存有論(OOO) 12/21
□閱讀材料
1.Morton, Timothy (2011) Here comes everything: The promise of Object-Oriented Ontology. Qui Parle, 19(2): 163-190.*
2.Harman, Graham (2009) Object-oriented philosophy. In Prince of Networks: Bruno Latour and Metaphysics (pp. 151-228). Melbourne: re.press.*
3.Bryant, Levi (2011) Introduction: Towards a finally subjectless object. In The Democracy of Objects (pp. 13-33). Ann Arbor, MI: Open Humanities Press* (http://quod.lib.umich.edu/o/ohp/9750134.0001.001)
4.Bryant, Levi, Nick Srnicek and Graham Harman (2011) Towards a speculative philosophy. In Levi Bryant, Nick Srnicek and Graham Harman (eds), The Speculative Turn: Continental Materialism and Realism (pp.1-18). Melbourne: re.press.
5.Harman, Graham (2016) Immaterialism: Objects and Social Theory. Malden, MA: Polity.*【閱讀pp. 1-33 與 pp. 124-126。】
6.Morton, Timothy (2013) A quake in being: an introduction to hyperobjects. In Hyperobjects: Philosophy and Ecology after the End of the World (pp. 1-24). Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota Press.*
□參考資料
1.Coole, Diana and Samantha Frost (2010) New Materialisms: Ontology, Agency, and Politics. Durham, NC: Duke University Press.*
2.Ferraris, Maurizio (2014) Manifesto of New Realism (trans. by Sarah De Sanctis). Albany, NY: SUNY Press.
3.Harman, Graham (2002) Tool-Being: Heidegger and the Metaphysics of Objects. Chicago: Open Court.*
4.Harman, Graham (2005) Guerrilla Metaphysics: Phenomenology and the Carpentry of Things. Chicago: Open Court.*
5.Harman, Graham (2007) Heidegger Explained: From Phenomenon to Thing. Chicago: Open Court.*
■繳交「期末報告初稿」。

第十六週 活物:物的政治生態學(I) 12/28
□閱讀材料
1.Bennett, Jane (2010) The force of things. In Vibrant Matter: A Political Ecology of Things (pp. 1-19). Durham, NC: Duke University Press.*
2.Bennett, Jane (2010) The agency of assemblages. In Vibrant Matter: A Political Ecology of Things (pp. 20-38). Durham, NC: Duke University Press.*
3.Bennett, Jane (2010) Edible matter. In Vibrant Matter: A Political Ecology of Things (pp. 39-51). Durham, NC: Duke University Press.*
4.Bennett, Jane (2010) A life of metal. In Vibrant Matter: A Political Ecology of Things (pp. 52-61). Durham, NC: Duke University Press.*

第十七週 活物:物的政治生態學(II) 1/4
□閱讀材料
1.Bennett, Jane (2010) Neither vitalism nor mechanism. In Vibrant Matter: A Political Ecology of Things (pp. 62-81). Durham, NC: Duke University Press.*
2.Bennett, Jane (2010) Stem cells and the culture of life. In Vibrant Matter: A Political Ecology of Things (pp. 82-93). Durham, NC: Duke University Press.*
3.Bennett, Jane (2010) Political ecologies. In Vibrant Matter: A Political Ecology of Things (pp. 94-109). Durham, NC: Duke University Press.*
4.Bennett, Jane (2010) Vitality and self-interest. In Vibrant Matter: A Political Ecology of Things (pp. 110-122). Durham, NC: Duke University Press.*
第十八週 期末報告發表會 1/11
■修課同學準備簡報檔,發表15分鐘口頭報告,並繳交「期末報告完稿」紙本。
 
評量方式
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No.
項目
百分比
說明
1. 
平時表現 
50% 
含出席、討論、口頭報告與書面摘要等 
2. 
期末報告:以物與社會之關聯為主題的研究論文 
35% 
該研究須以經驗材料為基礎,適當運用本課程提到的理論和概念。該項作業的具體題目必須事先與教師商議,並撰寫一份期末報告計畫書,說明問題意識、相關文獻和研究方法等(三頁)。建議期末報告之主題與小作業題目有所關連。期末報告之規格和排版須符合學術要求,可參照《台灣社會學刊》的格式。完稿必須包含中英文題目、中文摘要和關鍵詞等項目,字數約一萬五千字(一萬字至兩萬字內)。學期中先繳交計劃書,學期結束前約三周繳交初稿,學期最後一次上課繳交完稿。期末報告計劃書5%,期末報告初稿20%,期末報告完稿10%,合計35%。 
3. 
小作業:以物為焦點的物與人關係 
15% 
選擇一個物(自然物、人造物,以人為物),仔細描繪這個物的構造、特質、演變及作用等,並藉此討論該物和人的關係。盡量配合該物之圖片或解剖圖,以及物作用的圖示。此物可以是某個類型的物,或是特定的一個物。字數以三千至五千字為度。本作業佔學期成績之15%。 
 
課程進度
週次
日期
單元主題
第1週
9/14  課程介紹:物我兩分、物我兩忘? 
第2週
9/21  物質文化概論 
第3週
9/28  物化、異化、拜物教與戀物癖:Marx與Freud  
第4週
10/05  物體系:消費社會的符號物 
第5週
10/12  物質論與主體:馬克思主義、(後)結構主義與物質符號學(I) 
第6週
10/19  物質論與主體:馬克思主義、(後)結構主義與物質符號學(II) 
第7週
10/26  物質文化研究(I):理論觀點 
第8週
11/02  物質文化研究(II):學科視角 
第9週
11/09  物質文化研究(III):身體、物質與感官
繳交:小作業:物與人的關係 
第10週
11/16  物質文化研究(IV):物質實踐 
第11週
11/23  物質文化研究(V):物與人
繳交:期末報告計畫書 
第12週
11/30  物質文化研究(VI):地景與營造環境 
第13週
12/07  建築、物質與社會:STS 
第14週
12/14  道德化科技:理解與設計事物的道德性 
第15週
12/21  超物體(hyperobject);物質導向存有論(OOO)
繳交:期末報告初稿 
第16週
12/28  活物:物的政治生態學(I) 
第17週
1/04  活物:物的政治生態學(II) 
第18週
1/11  期末報告發表會(PPT口頭報告)
繳交:期末報告完稿