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Matthew McLendon, Ph.D. The French philosopher Guy Debord, in his ominous The Society of the Spectacle, observed, “Human circulation considered as something to be consumed…is a by-product of the circulation of commodities […] The economic management of travel to different places suffices in itself to ensure those places’ interchangability.” The speeding up of the post-War world, the shrinking of the globe by means of the jet engine, the veneer of post-modern plurality in which we are all citizens of the planet, has, one might argue, significantly homogenized, rather than diversified, our social constructs on both the meta and micro strata. Read more…

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