metaphorical clock (2002)

According to Geoff Danaher, Tony Schirato and Jen Webb in the book "Understanding Foucault," epitomes respond to a specific time and space, no one really knows how they can evolve or change. It is important to take a good look at history and see how the epistemes have changed though time. This can be seen partly though the way in which relationships and power alliances were, and are made, by institutions, in other words, how do

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According to Geoff Danaher, Tony Schirato and Jen Webb in the book "Understanding Foucault," epitomes respond to a specific time and space, no one really knows how they can evolve or change. It is important to take a good look at history and see how the epistemes have changed though time. This can be seen partly though the way in which relationships and power alliances were, and are made, by institutions, in other words, how do

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