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Prince Jackson Shows Love to His ''Ride or Die'' Sister Paris ...

E! News Canada (blog)-Sep. 24, 2017
On Sunday, Prince took to Instagram to post a too-sweet snap with his big sis while the siblings attended the wedding of family member Siggy Jackson, the son ...
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30000 guests, palatial set: The royal wedding of Maharashtra ...

Hindustan Times-Mar. 4, 2017
The Bharatiya Janata Party's Maharashtra chief has hit the headlines over his son's opulent wedding that involved sleek video invites, designer sets and a lavish ...
Political bigwigs attend lavish wedding of Maha BJP chief's son
International-Daily News & Analysis-Mar. 2, 2017
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Emmy Rossum Marries Mr. Robot Creator Sam Esmail — See ... 28, 2017
... the Guggenheim Museum on the Upper East Side for a lavish wedding reception. ... she'd done for bridal and silhouettes I'd worn before,” Rossum told Vogue.
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Best Man 'went berserk' at lavish wedding reception and ... (blog)-Jun. 15, 2017
A female wedding guest was left with life-changing injuries after the Best Man stamped on her face and 'went berserk' at a lavish reception. Christopher Deegan ...

1 comment:

Pearl Necklace said...

This is the last work of Foucault,
where the subject of consideration still stands "discourse", or "knowledge-discourse",
or "said thing". In the next focus, Discipline and punish (Surveiller
et punir, 1975), was an entirely different area of practice: forms of social
control and the emergence of the prison system.
S. 17* Foucault here refers, apparently, a group of writers
published in the 60-ies of the magazine Tel Quel (which at one time he also
printed), and in particular by Roland Barthes. With him, Foucault had a close and
long-standing friendly relations and implicit, as is often the case in his lyrics ...
controversy. The closest issue in this case could be the article Bart
"Death of the author", published in 1968 in the journal Manteia, where the place
the figure of the Author Bart puts the figure Letters. He asks the question, who
belongs to a phrase of Balzac's story "Sarrazin" describes the castrato,
disguised as a woman - the individual Balzac, the author Balzac, universal
wisdom, psychology of romanticism? And says: "Never be possible
to know this for the simple reason that the letter is the destruction of all
voice, every origin. The letter is neutral, then mixed and
evasive, where will our subject, it is colorless, where all is lost
identity" ("La morte de L auteur", in Roland Barthes, 1984, p. 61).
page 18* the Criticism of the "historico-transcendental tradition" is
the leitmotif of what he writes and says Foucault in the second half of the sixties
years. , p 159).