CfP Exploratory Workshop “Constitutions of Value” 12. – 13. December 2019
With this workshop we intend to take a view of value not as exogenous
to law and society, not merely something to be identified, promoted and protected by law. Rather, we
begin from a view of value, value production and measurement as endogenous. We propose to
engage in a constitutional study of value that not only looks to the role of law,
but also to the material dimensions of value production. We seek to examine the ways
in which value is (co-)constituted, structured and shaped by law, politics, science and
technology. We thus hope to advance understanding of the foundational role of value in political economy
as well as the law-like effects of values and value measurements so constituted.
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