Monday, March 1, 2010

Shot Six: “Cut To A Long Shot”

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{Shot Six: “Cut To A Long Shot”} Perhaps it is money that expresses the distinction between the two societies best, since discipline always referred back to minted money that locks gold in as numerical standard, while control relates to floating rates of exchange, modulated according to a rate established by a set of standard currencies. []ACT “to express”: to show. [][]Antithesis established between disciplinary society and the society of control. (BIN. Antithesis: since A, while B).

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