From: Bryan Hogeveen <hogeveen@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sun, 2 Mar 1997 17:29:44 -0600
I am in the process of writing a paper on Aboriginal reserves in Canada, and
am having a difficult time in coming to terms with Foucault's notion of
'dividing practices'. Any suggestions of literature or comments concerning
this would be much appreciated.
A 'liberal', if words mean anything, is a lover of liberty. Unfortunately,
lovers of liberty are 'liberals'. The world is full of individuals and
demand liberty for themselves, but deny it to other individuals and groups -
deny it theoretically in stating their principles; deny it practically in
their principles. . .
R.F. Alfred Hoernle (1919)