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Golden classics of yesteryear : a super collection of rigs, by Dave Ingram

By Dave Ingram

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Consequently, the determinants of their particular manifestations are of significant political import. 22 Despite much discord there is also general agreement that at an abstract level recognition is a developmental process of individualisation of oneself (and the other) via an intersubjective process that involves at least two people and a significant object in the material world. In Hegel, the common figure in many strands of recognition analysis, the ‘significant object in the material world’ is the products of an individual’s labour; that is, what makes an object significant is the fact that it is the material result of an individual’s use of both his powers and the material world to create an object in the material world.

Here again, the fact that he does not experience the need does not mean it is not a need of his. And, as these two examples show, this is the case – that the need is a need experienced or not – whether or not the need is being met or attended to at the same level or not. Hence vital needs are necessary conditions for everyday minimal human functioning whether they are felt as ineluctable – experienced as a condition that if left unattended will impair human functioning – or remain unfelt, and whether they are being met or not.

They provide evidence for otherwise hidden power relations and (apparently) unconnected accumulations of power and its consequences. In the case of hidden power relations, and by way of example, even though the affairs of the ‘family’ (or ‘union’) are normally ‘privatised’ in modern liberal democracies, the social needs they generate are ‘public’ signs of their ‘private’ power relations. The needs that are generated are normally satisfied in one form or another outside the family, and any power differentials tend to become revealed by the nature and distribution of these needs.

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