Really? I mean really? Come on....
"Rue the day"?
No sorry exists,
My morality mine
Not for discourse.
I mean really people....get a life!
Discourse, as defined by Foucault, refers to:
... a form of power that circulates in the social field and can attach to strategies of domination as well as those of resistance ( Diamond and Quinby, 1988, p. 185).
...ways of constituting knowledge, together with the social practices, forms of subjectivity and power relations which inhere in such knowledges and relations between them. Discourses are more than ways of thinking and producing meaning. They constitute the 'nature' of the body, unconscious and conscious mind and emotional life of the subjects they seek to govern (Weedon, 1987, p. 108).
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|Reviewed by Carin Spirit
"'Naughty clime, Added verve! Not abject, Just deserts."
Yes, Exactly, Ms. Beeds!! Thank you. I believe I was hinting at this, in my comments of another one of your poems. Always be Well...Always be You!!
I love this definition of discourse, too!
Warmth to you, Carin' Spirit
|Reviewed by Regis Auffray
|Your philosophical perspective surely gives me pause for reflection. Thank you for sharing it. Love and peace to you,