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    Le Mont Saint Michel

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    Le Mont Saint Michel Le Mont Saint Michel is a rocky cone shaped island or islet located just off the North West coast of France in the gulf of Saint Malo. It is home to one of France’s greatest tourist attractions named Le Mereille, this brilliant eleventh century gothic style church is often simply called Mont St Michel. What transforms this fairly typical gothic church into one of the most striking buildings of the world, and the destination of so many visitors over the course of the past

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    Michel Foucault Analysis

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    For Michel
Foucault, it is important to be aware of the relation between the author and text. Moreover, it is important to know about author figure. Foucault asks “What
does
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matter
who
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speaking?” accordingly and his question conveys the main
ethical
principles
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écriture-meaning
for instant
writings. There are several rules for instant writings; therefore, Foucault splits his assumption into two categories. The first category is related with designing that he believes writing should be “freed”

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    Frank-n-Furter, Michel Dorsey/Dorothy Michels, and Dil: alternative masculinities in film from the 70's to the 90's The Rocky Horror Picture Show (1975), Tootsie (1982), and The Crying Game (1993) are united by their overt concern with sexuality and gender; particularly non-dominant gender and sexual identities. Dr. Frank-N-Furter, of The Rocky Horror Picture Show, Michel Dorsey, of Tootsie, and Dil, of The Crying Game, challenge conventional masculinity, and, the latter two especially, expose

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    9. Research project 1) Biography and Analyse - Michel Roux Senior Michel Roux Senior is a chef and restaurant operator born in France that working in Britain. He opened Le Gavroche with his brother Albert Roux that becomes the first three Michelin starred restaurant in Britain. Moreover, Waterside Inn also the first restaurant outside France that holding three stars for nearly 30 years1. Michel Roux Senior was born in Charolles, France, in 1941. After war, he moved to Paris with his family, and

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    The Reforms of Michel Fokine Photography, painting, videography, and literature have all progressed over time. New technology, and new ways of thinking have brought these arts to new levels. There seems to be a broad misconception, though, that ballet is an art form that does not progress; does not change. Many people assume that ballet’s set vocabulary of movement places limitations on how far the art can expand. Little do many people realize that this vocabulary is a mere foundation for the myriad

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    Michel Foucault's "Panopticism" is based on the architectural concept of the panopticon. Foucault extended this concept to create a new sort of authority and disciplinary principle. His idea was that of the anonymous watchers hold in and has the power to influence the ones being watched. This concept is two fold – it is subject to the person being watched not being able to know when they are being watched and to the rules of society places on individuals on how they should act in a given situation

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    Michel Foucault his full name was Paul-Michel Foucault, was born October 15, 1926, Poitiers France—died June 25, 1984, Paris. He the grandson of a physician.You could say that he was born into a solidly bourgeois family, Also his father was a doctor so you can see that being intelligent runs in the family, his mother was just any ordinary housewife Foucault’s mother, Anne, was likewise the daughter of a surgeon, and had longed to follow a medical career, but her wish had to wait until Foucault’s

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    Analysis of In Madness and Civilization by Michel Foucault In Madness and Civilization, Michel Foucault discuses the history of insanity in Europe from the sixteenth to the nineteenth century. He begins his analysis with the treatment of the lepers and criminals concluding with the treatment of the insane. As “madness” became part of everyday life, people of the time were though to be threatened by “madness”. This sense of threat resulted in the hiding of the “mad” in early day asylum or “mad

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    Jean-Michel Basquiat

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    Schnabel, David Salle, and Ada Applebroog. A pioneer of the movement, and also the focus of this essay, is Jean-Michel Basquiat. His art referenced many famous artists and art pieces, from which he found inspiration. This inspiration was one of the features that made the movement

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    Michel Foucault, Panopticism and Facebook

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    attended, pictures with you at every stage, and even where you are right now. Think about the new Timeline design: you have provided Facebook with all the information needed to map out your own life from birth to where you are now. Let’s take a look at Michel Foucault’s insights on Panopticism and you might think twice about who really has the power on this social network and if you are a Facebook user, or being used… He who is subjected to a field of visibility, and who knows it, assumes responsibility

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