Modernity, Race, and Morality

@article{Goldberg1993ModernityRA,
  title={Modernity, Race, and Morality},
  author={D. Goldberg},
  journal={Cultural Critique},
  year={1993},
  pages={193}
}
  • D. Goldberg
  • Published 1993
  • Sociology
  • Cultural Critique
  • the subject involves, in large part, thinking (of) oneself in terms of-literally as-the image projected in prevailing concepts of the discursive order. These concepts incorporate norms of behavior, rules of interaction, and principles of social organization. The values inherent in these norms, rules, and principles exercise themselves upon individual and social being as they are assumed, molded, indeed sometimes transformed in their individual and social articulation. 
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