The Use and Abuse of Mathematical Economics | Michael …

Michel Foucault first arrived at the University of California, Berkeley in 1975

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So that’s what I’ve been listening to lately, but in the end it’s all up to personal taste and inclination; i.e. just because he chats you up doesn’t mean you have to take him home.

“Subjectivity” means that the consciousness and ideals of the subject, ..

Space, subjectivity and language in the works of Antigone Kefala ..

Ultimately, however, the problem for Batman is that he remains anOedipus who not gone through the Oedipus complex. As Zupancic pointsout, the Oedipus complex turns on the discrepancy between theSymbolic and the empirical father: the Symbolic Father is theembodiment of the Symbolic order itself, solemn carrier of Meaning andbearer of the Law; the empirical father is the 'simple, more or lessdecent man'. For Zupancic, the standard rendering of the 'typicalgenesis of subjectivity' has it that the child first of all encountersthe Symbolic father and then comes to learn that this mighty figure isa 'simple, more or less decent man'. Yet, as Zupancic establishes,this trajectory is the exact inverse of the one which Oedipuspursues. Oedipus begins by encountering an 'rude old man at thecrossroads' and only later does he learn that this 'simple man', this'vulgar creature', was the Father. Thus 'Oedipus travels the path ofinitiation (of 'symbolization') in reverse and, in so doing, heencounters the radical contingency of the Meaning borne by thesymbolic.' (Zupancic, 193)

Ethics Subjectivity and Truth ; the Essential Works of Michael Foucault, 1954-1984

Or, maybe you were intrigued by him because he seemed so astute, making observations in such a simple, confident way, one could almost miss the layers underneath, like Michael Kroll. Very few men would be capable of tackling the subject that inspired his song, “Heavier,” about the exact moment a girl becomes a woman. His new album, , extrapolates on traditional folk and blues, reminding one that most good songs begin with the basics in order to take off.

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Events are arranged in time, objectively, and a man encounters a series of those objective events as his unique viewpoint moves through time and space. This is his subjective chronology -- in the sense of (1): his subjective experience of events in time. This subjective chronology (1) maps to the objective chronology (1), in that he perceives all events in the same chronological order in which they really do occur.

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I felt that I too could take part in this.
The landscape was already feeling familiar, allowing me to survive…”
Sydney Journals
by Penelope Stavrou

Space, subjectivity and language in the works of Antigone Kefala
Antigone Kefala, “Towards a language” in Antigone Kefala: A Writer’s Journey, ed.

By this time, he was already a celebrity in France

These are the essential definitions. Beyond this, each definition of chronology does have, as Michael suggested, both objective and subjective aspects -- roughly, the "thing-in-itself" and "our relation to it".

Consciousness (Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy)

Now, a man's brain may record a portion of his subjective chronology (1) as episodic memories -- memories of events. That is to say, as subjective chronology (2). If his brain associates these memories in a temporal chain, he will later recall the memories in temporal order. The remembered order is dependent upon the subjective association of event memories, rather than the objective order of the original events themselves. The remembered order (2) is distinct from true chronology (1) – distinct from time and events themselves – and may be faulty, just as a story in a history book will be faulty when it differs from the true historical events.

Judging Bharatanatyam: good and bad

Mathematical economics as tunnel vision
The semantics of mathematical equilibrium theory
The subjectivity of statistical categories
Problems, dilemmas and quandaries
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The hypothetical “parallel universe” approach to economics
Economics vs. the Natural Sciences: The methodology of “as if”
Mathematizing the economy’s monetary and financial dimension
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