The Romance Of The Forum V1: Or Narratives, Scenes And

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Thus even a tyrannical aristocrat does not simply wield power, for he is empowered by "discourses"�accepted ways of thinking, writing, and speaking--and practices that amount to power. The idea that if one can purchase or own an item of such value or that follows the current trends, suggests that they have access to the same power or status in society. Thus, while there is always an element of contrast between a finished and an unfinished picture, an element of contrast dependent on time, there is also an element of similarity, an element marked by the absence of motion.

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Publisher: Kessinger Publishing, LLC (June 25, 2007)

ISBN: 0548297169

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