Body, Subject, and Power in China 7.4分
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..If we assume that power is embedded within social life and not outside it, merely waiting to be mobilized as violence or coercion we must then recognize that fundamental modes of creating and ordering are implicated in social inequities and imbalances. We are forced to notice uneasily that the most powerful coercion of all lies with the innocuous constitution of reality, which helps people every day to forget the contingency of their experience and to live life as necessity.
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