inner space

I need h*lp finding a good, succinct reference (if the reference I
imagine even exists!). Where (precisely if possible) can I find a
passage that states that the appearance of "inner space" in modernity can
be attributed to (i.e. is constituted by) modern technologies of control?

Thanks in advance!


Erik D. Lindberg
Dept. of English and Comparative Lit.
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Milwaukee, WI 53211
email: edl@xxxxxxxxxxx


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