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    of the spirit

    "Strusturalism behaved as a kind of technocracy of the spirit , the final penetration of modernity into the iner sanctum of the subject."
    What does mean "spirit" here? Is it an idiomatic expression?


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    Re: of the spirit

    Quote Originally Posted by nimsooze View Post
    "Structuralism behaved as a kind of technocracy of the spirit, the final penetration of modernity into the inner sanctum of the subject."
    What does mean "spirit" here? Is it an idiomatic expression?
    Here "spirit" is being used with the meaning: the immaterial intelligent or sentient part of a person.

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