Professores: Alexandre Werneck e Eugênia Motta (Iesp/Uerj)

Terças-feiras 14 às 17h

Sala Vermelha

Programa em PDF 

Ementa: O objetivo desta disciplina é discutir os vários sentidos do conceito de valor na sociologia da moral e na antropologia da economia, promovendo um diálogo entre essas várias interpretações e oferecendo ferramental teórico e exemplos empíricos para se problematizar os pontos de contato e afastamento entre moral e economia. Para tanto, o curso será subdividido em três partes, em todas elas distendendo-se a discussão entre a moralidade e as questões econômicas: em uma primeira, discute-se o conceito de valor e suas diferentes interpretações; na segunda, faz-se uma discussão sobre valores e suas fundamentações éticas e em vários mundos econômicos; e, na terceira, discute-se a ideia da valoração – a atribuição de valor a inúmeros entes pelos atores sociais – como operação/processo, com ênfase em análise de casos empíricos.

Atenção: A primeira parte do curso será oferecida no IFCS (sala vermelha), de 14h às 17h, e a segunda, a partir de maio, no Iesp (em sala a definir, de 13h às 16h).

Sessão 1 – Apresentação do Curso

PARTE I: VALOR

Sociologia

HEINICH, Nathalie. (2017), Des valeurs: Une approche sociologique. Paris, Gallimard. Trecho: “Ce que valoir veut-dire: La grandeur, les biens, les principes” (pp. 133-196).

HUTTER, Michael; STARK, David. “Pragmatist Perspectives on Valuation: An Introduction”. Em: ANTAL, Ariane Berthoin; HUTTER, Michael; STARK, David (orgs). (2015), Moments of Valuation: Exploring Sites of Dissonance. Nova York, Oxford University Press, pp. 1-14.

DE LASTIC, Adélaïde. (2014), Que valent les valeurs? Paris, L’Harmatan.

ASH, William. (1965), Marxismo e moral. Rio de Janeiro, Zahar.

SIMMEL, Georg. (2004[1900]), The Philosophy of Money. Londres/Nova York, Routledge. Trecho: pp. 56-150.

Antropologia

GRAEBER, David. (2001), Toward an Anthropological Theory of Value: The False Coin of our Own Dreams. Nova York, Palgrave.

GRAEBER, David. (2013). “It is Value that Brings Universes into Being”. HAU: Journal of Ethnographic Theory, vol. 3, n. 2, pp. 219-243.

MILLER, Daniel. (2017), “The Uses of Value”. Disponível (on-line)

DUMONT, Louis. (2013[1980]). “On Value”. HAU: Journal of Ethnographic Theory, Vol. 3, n. 1, pp. 287–315

Sobre a economia

HEILBRONER, Robert L. (1983). “The Problem of Value in the Construction of Economic Thought”. Social Research, vol. 50, n. 2, pp. 253–277.

MIROWSKI, Philip. (1990). “Learning the Meaning of a Dollar: Conservation Principles and the Social Theory of Value in Economic Theory”. Social Research, vol. 57, n. 3, pp. 689717.

BROSCH, Tobias; SANDER, David. (2016), “From Values to Valuation: An Interdisciplinary Approach to the Study of Values”. In: Handbook of Value. Londres, Oxford University Press, pp. 397-404.

BAIER, Kurt. (1973), “The Concept of Value”. In: LASZLO, Ervin; WILBUR, James B. Value Theory in Philosophy and Social Science. Londres, Routledge, pp. 1-11.

PEDERSEN, David. (2008), “Introduction: Toward a Value Theory of Anthropology”. Anthropological Theory, vol. 8, n. 1, pp. 5-8.

PARTE II: VALORES

JOAS, Hans. (2001), “Formulating the Question”; “Values and Norms: The Good and the Right”. Em: The Genesis of Values. Chicago, University of Chicago Press, pp. 1-19; 161-186.

REZSOHAZY, Rudolf. 2006. Sociologie des valeurs. Paris, Armand Colin.

WEBER, Max. A “objetividade” do conhecimento na ciência social e na ciência política (1904)”. In: Metodologia das ciências sociais. São Paulo, Cortez, 2001, pp. 107-154.

TURNER, Stephen P.; FACTOR, Regis. (2006), Max Weber and the Dispute over Reason and Value. Londres, Routledge.

KLUCKHOHN, Clyde. (1951) “Values and Value-Orientations in the Theory of Action: An Exploration in Definition and Classification”. Em: PARSONS, Talcott; SHILS, Edward (orgs). Toward a General Theory of Action. Cambridge, Harvard University Press, pp. 388-433.

SCHELER, Max. (2012[1912]), “Ressentimento e outras modificações valorativas na moral moderna”. Em: Da reviravolta dos valores. Petrópolis, Vozes, pp. 143-182.

APPADURAI, Arjun. 1986. “Introduction: Commodities and the politics of value.” Em: The Social Life of Things: Commodities in Cultural Perspective. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, pp. 3–63.

PARTE III: VALORAÇÕES

Preço e precificação

TSING, Anna. (2013), Sorting out Commodities. How Capitalist Value is Made through Gifts”. HAU: Journal of Ethnographic Theory. 3 (1): 21–43.

HELGESSON, C. and KJELLBERG, H., 2013. “Introduction: Values and Valuations in Market Practice”. Journal of Cultural Economy, vol. 6, n. 4, pp. 361–369.

FRIDMAN, Daniel. (2018), “¿Cuánto vale la neurosis? El pago por servicios de asistencia psicológica en la Ciudad de Buenos Aires”. Em: WILKIS, Ariel (org). El poder de (e)valuar: La producción monetaria de jerarquíassociales, morales y estéticas en lasociedad contemporánea. Buenos Aires, Unsam-Edita, pp. 109-134.

ORTIZ, Horacio. (2014), Valeur financière et vérité : Enquête d’anthropologie politique sur l’évaluation des entreprises cotées en Bourse. Paris, Les Presses de Sciences Po.

Conflitos de valoração e comodificação

ZELIZER, Viviana. (1994), Pricing the Priceless Child: The Changing Social Value of Children. Princeton, Princeton University Press.

________. (2011), “Valuation of human lives”. Em: Economic Lives: How Culture Shapes the Economy. Princeton, Princeton University Press, pp. 13-87.

HEALY, Kieran. (2004). “Sacred Markets and Secular Ritual in the Organ Transplant Industry”. Em: DOBBIN, Frank (org). The Sociology of the Economy. Nova York, Russell Sage, 336-359.

SATZ, Debra. (2015), “Mercados nocivos”. In: Por qué algunas cosas no deberían estar en venta: Los límites morales del mercado. Buenos Aires, Siglo Veintiuno, pp. 125-153.

PUGLIA, María de las Nieves. (2018), “¿Cuánto vale mi cuerpo? Valuaciones monetarias en la oferta de servicios sexuales”. Em: WILKIS, Ariel (org). El poder de (e)valuar: La producción monetaria de jerarquíassociales, morales y estéticas en lasociedad contemporánea. Buenos Aires, Unsam-Edita, pp. 135-153.

MUNN, Nancy D. (1986), The fame of Gawa: A Symbolic Study of Value Transformation in a Massim (Papua New Guinea) Society. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press.

DE BONT, Werner. “Values and Beliefs of European Investors”. Em: KNORR CETINA, Karin; PREDA, Alex (orgs). The Sociology of Financial Markets. Nova York, Oxford University Press, pp. 163-186.

KARPIK, Lucien. (2010), “The Authenticity Regime (Fine-Wines)”. Em: Valuing the Unique: The Economics of Singularities. Princeton, Princeton University Press, pp. 133-147.

Conflitos de valoração e qualificação

BOLTANSKI, Luc; THÉVENOT, Laurent. (1983), “Finding One’s Way in Social Space: A Study Based on Games”. Social Science Information, vol. 22, n. 4-5, pp. 631-680.

CHONG, Philipa K. “Playing Nice, Being Mean, and the Space in Between: Book Critics and the Difficulties of Writing Bad Reviews”. Em: ANTAL, Ariane Berthoin; HUTTER, Michael; STARK, David (orgs). (2015), Moments of Valuation: Exploring Sites of Dissonance. Nova York, Oxford University Press, pp. 133-146.

BREWER, John. “Evaluating Valuation: Connoisseurship, Technology, and Art Attribution in an American Court of Law”. Em: ANTAL, Ariane Berthoin; HUTTER, Michael; STARK, David (orgs). (2015), Moments of Valuation: Exploring Sites of Dissonance. Nova York, Oxford University Press, pp. 89-107.

HUTTER, Michael. “Dissonant Translations: Artistic Sources of Innovation in Creative Industries”. Em: ANTAL, Ariane Berthoin; HUTTER, Michael; STARK, David (orgs). (2015), Moments of Valuation: Exploring Sites of Dissonance. Nova York, Oxford University Press, pp. 57-87.

Transformações e conversões

STARK, David. (2009), The Sense of Dissonance: Accounts of Worth in Economic Life. Princeton, Princeton University Press.

ROSENTAL, Claude. “When Principles os Evaluation Clash: Assessing the Value of a Demonstration in Artificial Intelligence”. Em: ANTAL, Ariane Berthoin; HUTTER, Michael; STARK, David (orgs). (2015), Moments of Valuation: Exploring Sites of Dissonance. Nova York, Oxford University Press, pp. 189-207.

KARPIK, Lucien. (2010), Valuing the Unique: The Economics of Singularities. Princeton, Princeton University Press. Trecho: pp. 3-128.

GUYER, Jane I. (org). (1995), Money Matters: Instability, Values and Social Payments in the Modern History of West African Communities. Portsmouth, Heinemann.

HASSOUN, Jean-Pierre. (2005), “Emotions on the Trading Floor: Social and Symbolic Expressions”. Em: KNORR CETINA, Karin; PREDA, Alex (orgs). The Sociology of Financial Markets. Nova York, Oxford University Press, pp. 102-120.

SAHLINS, Marshall. (1972), Stone Age Economics. Hawthorne, NY, Aldine de Gruyter.

STRATHERN, Marilyn. (2013[1988]), O gênero da dadiva: Problemas com as mulheres e problemas com a sociedade na Melanésia. Campinas, Editora Unicamp.

WEINER, Annette. (1985), “Inalienable Wealth”. American Ethnologist, vol. 12, n. 2, pp. 210-225.

________. (1992), Inalienable Possessions: The Paradox of Keeping-While-Giving. Berkeley, University of California Press.

HUMPHREY, Caroline; HUGH-JONES, Stephen (orgs). (1992), Barter, Exchange and Value: An Anthropological Approach. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press.

GRAEBER, David. “O mito do escambo”. Em: Dívida: Os primeiros 5.000 anos. São Paulo, Três Estrelas, pp. .