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Category Archives: authority
I really enjoyed our class discussion this week on both “the power of knowledge” and the medical history and tendency of diagnosing women as psychologically unstable. A theme that repeats itself in the “Millennium Series” is corruption within positions of … Continue reading → Continue reading →
Although we did discuss the authority that authors and experts have in class, we didn’t discuss the specific authority that the media has over us. Most people place their trust in the media, just as they place their trust in … Continue reading → Continue reading →
The authority of money is interesting. It can buy us essentially every materialistic thing we desire from the nicest house, clothes, cars, pets, and even serve as bribery for certain positions. When it comes down to it, money is actually … Continue reading → Continue reading →