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Cartesius
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Pastiche “A free-floating, crazy quilt, collage, hodgepodge patchwork of ideas or views. It includes elements of opposites such as old and new. It denies regularity, logic, or symmetry; it glories in contradiction and confusion.”
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Pastiche Example COLE'S POV: walls hidden by old headlines, articles, maps, charts...a blackboard covered with elaborate, sophisticated formulae...surfaces heaped with cracked monitors, gerry-rigged computers held together with string, lasers lost in tangles of cable, ancient tube amplifiers, a dilapidated cardboard reconstruction of a city, stacks of moldering books and tattered computer printouts...and, seated at a long conference table, staring at Cole, six scientists: an astrophysicist, engineer, botanist, microbiologist, zoologist, and a geologist. They represent a "modern" science where brilliant new ideas interface with crude, outdated, patched-together technologies.
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Life on the Margins
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Governmentalities and Panopticon
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Dr. Railly’s Talk
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