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The Heterotopia of Facebook (2016)

Robin Rymarczuk, The Heterotopia of Facebook, Philosophy Now, Issue 107, August/September 2016

Robin Rymarczuk is Michel Foucault’s ‘friend’.

Facebook was founded on February 4, 2004, by Mark Zuckerberg and his Harvard University room-mates Eduardo Saverin, Andrew McCollum, Dustin Moskovitz and Chris Hughes. 209 more words

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Writing articles is basic to creating all your content online, even though you may not actually publish any as such but use other formats. Its importance needs to be recognized. 293 more words

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Comment la philosophie de Foucault voyage-t-elle ? (2016)

Kojiro FUJITA, Comment la philosophie de Foucault voyage-t-elle ?
Ici et ailleurs, Association pour une Philosophie Nomade, 14 juin 2016

Introduction

La question qui m’intéresse particulièrement est : « comment la philosophie, les théories et les concepts voyagent-ils ? 141 more words

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The feel good factor at Crystal Palace is back and we're now seeing a new look style

I saw someone post the other day about this Palace team being a new era – and I have to agree it really is.

Gone are the stalwarts, a large chunk of the fans favourite’s and the players we love just because they try hard. 295 more words

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Fairly Compensating Sun Power

Fairly Compensating Sun Power: Challenges to Rooftop Solar Development

By Howard Crystal, Contributor and Principal at the Law Office of Howard Crystal 

INTRODUCTION

Rooftop solar power has the potential to play a significant role in our Nation’s transition to clean energy. 5,379 more words

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Johanna Oksala on Foucault, Marx and Neoliberal Subjects (2015)

Johanna Oksala, Foucault, Marx and Neoliberal Subjects, Theory, Culture and SocietyFebruary 16, 2015

Daniel Zamora’s edited volume Critiquer Foucault: Les années 1980 et la tentation néolibérale, published in November 2014, has been the subject of a heated debate recently on the philosophical blogosphere. 120 more words

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