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31 Days of A Sense of Place :: Day 6 ~ Neither Here Nor There

Welcome to Day 6 of 31 Days of A Sense of Place.


The social theorist Michel Foucault’s idea of a heterotopia is extremely appealing to me, and is a good touchstone in thinking about a sense of place. 1,195 more words

31 Days

Teaser Tuesday (6th October 2015)

Teaser Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by A Daily Rhythm. All you have to do is:


History and Theory special forum on Foucault and Neoliberalism

History and Theory have a special forum on Foucault and Neoliberalism (requires subscription). Thanks to Timothy Johnson and others for the alert.

Michel Foucault

Yes/but when it comes to social justice it's theopolitically complex

Walking into the John Paul II Institute for Marriage & Family for the first time for the launch of the book with a very long title, ‘Justice Unity and the Hidden Christ: the Theopolitical Complex of the Social Justice Approach to Ecumenism in Vatican II’ by Matthew Tan was a little out of the ordinary. 1,006 more words

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My Top Ten Philosophers (So Far)

This is a subjective list describing the most notable thinkers who have molded me into who I am today.


Considered an incredibly influential philosopher, Nietzsche’s timeless works have been referenced time and time again in the world of nihilism, iconoclasm, and atheism for valid reason. 3,221 more words