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|Although she fantasizes that he needs her, the passage does not indicate |
whether or not he has fantasies about heró ... Since, as Ralph Waldo Emerson
would have it, "There is no knowledge that is not power," the knowledge- based
|Alternatively in counterfactual form: there is no power without knowledge. This |
thesis can be found in the first passage, and it is hinted at in [b] and [e]. The
above passages also indicate that power is linked not only to knowledge but also
|My knowledge is not entirely confined to Manchester. Q. You were asked by my ... |
Q. Elsewhere ? You say you have no knowledge of the market value of the water
power at Holyoke ? ... There is no doubt but that is so. I do not care to have a ...
|Foucault demands that we give up the thought that power and knowledge are not |
always already implicated in each other. There is no exteriority or exclusion, no
outside of uncontaminated innocence, no margin, no free space alongside one ...
|All knowledge is relative; there is no absolute knowledge. Jo knowledge, in order |
to ... Knowledge is not power, but it is the road to power, if you can find it; but that
which seems to be the road may be a blind. The experiences of life all hav a ...
|There is one other reason for not insisting that cultural power should be |
recognized as a distinct form of physician's power. ... I agree with the sociologists
that although facts may be real, there is no knowledge without interpretation of
the facts; ...
Phineas Parkhurst Quimby - 2009 - 700 pages
|There is such a thing as pressure, but pressure is not power; for if it moves, it is |
not pressure, for it contains motion, and motion ... This disturbance contains no
knowledge or thought, any more than a house on fire would disturb the inmates (
|Although it is true that knowledge is the means by which we attain every other |
object of knowledge, it in no way ... It is certainly true that if man were not
endowed with the power of knowledge there would be no object of knowledge,
but it is ...
|Knowledge is not free from power; rather, knowledge is solidičed through power, |
and power is solidičed through knowledge. Indeed, without power there can be
no knowledge, and without knowledge there can be no power. As Foucault puts it
Jill Robbins - 1999 - 185 pages
|In truth knowledge cannot escape from its impotency; it cannot escape from its |
power. Existentialism wanted to flee . . . This is not important anymore. There is
no knowledge except that of the general, and in general knowledge there are but