New media, politics and society- Second edition
Chapter 6: Public Knowledge
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Another (not entirely unrelated) question: is there any authenticity without authority? Is a structure of authority necessary for the recognition and validation of authenticity?
If history now appears to have become a depthless, insubstantial image of itself, what then is the status of that commodity which we call knowledge? Where does knowledge reside – and can we still learn from it?
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