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Foucault e a Erotização Infantil como Estratégia de Poder

A erotização das crianças e a luta pela ideologia de gêneros são, em nossos dias, ecos de gritos que foram dados lá atrás, por pensadores e formadores de opinião. 1,116 more words

Foucault on Panofsky

“Les mots et les images” [“Words and images”]
by Michel Foucault
in Le Nouvel Observateur, n.154, 25 October 1967, pp.49-50.

This brief piece, nowhere available in English, that Michel Foucault wrote in 1967 for  1,213 more words

Bourdieu

On The Battlefield:

The gates of hell suddenly opened, allowing legions of unholy terror to escape; sick creatures, with moral compass severely broken, devour innocents with murder and rape.  318 more words

Revolution-in-poetry

Panopticon

Jodi Sita and Marco Amati, The Panopticons are coming! And they’ll know when we think the grass is greener, The Conversation, August 22, 2016 Eye-tracking technology helps us understand how people interact with their environment.

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10/1030: memories and monuments or Transnationalism and Literature 

When I started, this post was fueled by three cups of coffeee; albeit, that last one was decaf. Now, it’s a day and a half later and fueled by my personal drive to write something every day. 1,110 more words

Literature

A Poisoned legacy:

Drawn towards danger, like moth to flame, is a symptom of human nature, forever playing stupid games.  Humankind is never happy when things are going well, there’s always a surreptitious malcontent, who claim they’re clever, invoking occultism and spells.  205 more words

Revolution-in-poetry

Plea For Innocents:

We’re in our twenty-first century

Geographical parameters

Augur change, like continental plates

Europe is besieged by refugees

World peace absolutely teeters

Hovers on brink of devils’ estates… 356 more words

Revolution-in-poetry