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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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n. - The principle of complete and unrestricted power in government.

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  • (previously known as "totalism"), class is still the central concern.
  • If there is a "cybernetic totalism" in Facebook, it lies in our own desire to make our own lives closed, self-regulating systems.
  • This totalism becomes vulnerable to a totalitarianism without an unceasing insistence on the phenomenological practice of the alienness of the familiar.
  • Given its integral scope, this runs the danger of a totalism of unprecedented scale if an ideological construction takes priority over a praxis based on immanent becoming. for more
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