„To operate within the matrix of
power is not the same as to replicate uncritically relations of domination.“

—  Judith Butler, buch Das Unbehagen der Geschlechter

Quelle: Gender Trouble: Feminism and the Subversion of Identity

Letzte Aktualisierung 3. Juni 2021. Geschichte
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US-amerikanische Philosophin, Hochschullehrerin und Autorin 1956

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„Discourses are tactical elements or blocks operating in the field of force relations; there can exist different and even contradictory discourses within the same strategy; they can, on the contrary, circulate without changing their form from one strategy to another, opposing strategy.“

—  Michel Foucault French philosopher 1926 - 1984

Les discours sont des éléments ou des blocs tactiques dans le champ des rapports de force; il peut y en avoir de différents et même de contradictoires à l'intérieur d'une même stratégie; ils peuvent au contraire circuler sans changer de forme entre des stratégies opposées.
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„You can communicate to a new cybercity. This will be the ideal home server. Did you see the movie The Matrix? Same interface. Same concept. Starting from next year, you can jack into The Matrix!“

—  Ken Kutaragi Japanese businessman 1950

"The Amazing PlayStation 2", Newsweek, 27 February 2000 http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/newsweek-cover-the-amazing-playstation-2-72777512.html

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„There is no power relation without the correlative constitution of a field of knowledge, nor any knowledge that does not presuppose and constitute at the same time power relations“

—  Michel Foucault, buch Überwachen und Strafen

Discipline and Punish (1977)
Quelle: Discipline and Punish: The Birth of the Prison

„About replication. See replication crisis.“

—  Diederik Stapel Dutch social psychologist 1966

http://nick.brown.free.fr/stapel/ From the authorized english translation by Nicholas J.L. Brown available as a free download in PDF format
Clearly, there was something in the recipe for the X effect that I was missing. But what? I decided to ask the experts, the people who’d found the X effect and published lots of articles about it [..] My colleagues from around the world sent me piles of instructions, questionnaires, papers, and software [..] In most of the packages there was a letter, or sometimes a yellow Post-It note stuck to the bundle of documents, with extra instructions: “Don’t do this test on a computer. We tried that and it doesn’t work. It only works if you use pencil-and-paper forms.” “This experiment only works if you use ‘friendly’ or ‘nice’. It doesn’t work with ‘cool’ or ‘pleasant’ or ‘fine’. I don’t know why.” “After they’ve read the newspaper article, give the participants something else to do for three minutes. No more, no less. Three minutes, otherwise it doesn’t work.” “This questionnaire only works if you administer it to groups of three to five people. No more than that.” I certainly hadn’t encountered these kinds of instructions and warnings in the articles and research reports that I’d been reading. This advice was informal, almost under-the-counter, but it seemed to be a necessary part of developing a successful experiment. Had all the effect X researchers deliberately omitted this sort of detail when they wrote up their work for publication? I don’t know.
From his memoirs: "Ontsporing" (English, "Derailment") Nov. 2012

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„Today, international relations are dominated by a many-faceted world-wide confrontation“

—  Houari Boumédiène Huari Bumedien 1932 - 1978

1974 speech to United Nations https://www.fichier-pdf.fr/2017/03/12/nl740444/preview/page/1/

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„The study of human relations in business and the study of the technology of operating are bound up together.“

—  Mary Parker Follett American academic 1868 - 1933

Attributed to Mary Parker Follett in: Business: The Ultimate Resource, 2001. p. 904.
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„You dominate. This is really about power.“

—  Chuck Palahniuk, buch Lullaby

Quelle: Lullaby (2002), Chapter 3
Kontext: You turn up your music to hide the noise. Other people turn up their music to hide yours. You turn up yours again. Everyone buys a bigger stereo system. This is the arms race of sound You don't win with a lot of treble. This isn't about quality. It's about volume. This isn't about music. This is about winning. You stomp the competition with the bass line. You rattle windows. You drop the melody line, and shout the lyrics. You put in foul language and come down hard on each cussword. You dominate. This is really about power.

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„Conscience is the internal perception of the rejection of a particular wish operating within us.“

—  Sigmund Freud, buch Totem and Taboo

Totem and Taboo: Resemblances Between the Mental Lives of Savages and Neurotics (1913)
1910s

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„A stock operator has to fight a lot of expensive enemies within himself.“

—  Edwin Lefèvre, buch Reminiscences of a Stock Operator

Quelle: Reminiscences of a Stock Operator (1923), Chapter II, p. 14

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