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    • Join Date: Feb 2007
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    no way in particular emancipation

    "Perhaps , then, emancipation would not be some sort of process or event , but would consist in recognizing how things really are with the subject , which is to say no way in particular ."
    Please tell me what mens the followimg phrases:
    1.how things really are with (things?)
    2.which is to say no way in particular

    Can you rewrite it into a plain sentence?.


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    Re: no way in particular emancipation

    how things really are with... = What's the real situation or story.The truth which may have been covered up.
    which is to say,= In other words/ By which i mean.
    no way in particular = not organised/ unplanned/ random


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    Re: no way in particular emancipation

    Can you rewrite it into a plain sentence?.


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    Re: no way in particular emancipation

    Quote Originally Posted by nimsooze View Post
    "Perhaps , then, emancipation would not be some sort of process or event , but would consist in recognizing how things really are with the subject , which is to say no way in particular ."




    Please tell me what the following phrases mean:

    1.how things really are with (things?)
    2.which is to say no way in particular

    Can you rewrite it into a plain sentence?.
    In view of what has been said previously, emancipation will not be a "sort of process" but will be recognition of how things truly are in relation to the subject, that is to say in no way in particular.

    To be honest, without the preceding context, it is hard to make sense of this.

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