Returns - Towards a photographic criticism : [or, the case of the Berliner Bild-Bericht and the North and South American grain elevators]. What are the processes, material practices, and relations of power through which this photographic canon is constructed? What alternative photographs and differencing processes can be identified, and how do they draw attention to the normalisation and repetition of the canonical photographs? What is the agency of photography when revisiting these two cases years later? Which research methods and practices reveal, draw attention to, question and disrupt the normalisation of continued repetition of the photographic canons?
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Michel Foucault — was a French historian and philosopher, associated with the structuralist and post-structuralist movements. He has had strong influence not only or even primarily in philosophy but also in a wide range of humanistic and social scientific disciplines. Foucault was born in Poitiers, France, on October 15,
The central claim in the positivist approach to the place of morality is that the law draws its authority from the legitimacy of the law-making body and that this has nothing to do with morality. So long as certain conditions varying between philosophers are fulfilled, such as that the laws this body makes are generally respected, that they are made known for citizens to learn if they wish, and that the specific law was passed according to the correct procedures in that system, it qualifies as an authoritative law. Another way of putting this is that it is the form of the law, solely those factors that are extrinsic to that law itself which determine its authority. This contrasts with the Natural Law position that the authority of a particular law is dependent not only upon this form but upon the content also. In the following it will be argued that while the positivist critique makes sense of important practical features of the law, a comprehensive analysis must recognise that the rational demands of the Law are prior to the contingencies of any human legal system.