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The Personal is Unpolitical: Paper and Purpose in The Circle

The passage I chose to focus on occurs at the bottom of Page 187 and continues into the top of 188. ┬áMae’s boss Dan just finished holding a meeting with her about her recent lack of participation in The Circle’s … Continue reading

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Foucault: Points to Ponder

When we were discussing Michel Foucault’s Panopticism, I could not help but to see resemblances in his ideas in another work by him that I read last semester. A Brief history of Sexuality by Foucault also discusses the need for … Continue reading

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