Hiram Diaz III

Add friend
Sign in to Goodreads to learn more about Hiram.

http://www.biblicaltrinitarian.com
https://www.goodreads.com/hrd3

The Son Who Learn...
Rate this book
Clear rating

progress: 
 
  (21%)
Feb 16, 2019 04:34AM

 
The Craft of Rese...
Rate this book
Clear rating

progress: 
 
  (60%)
Feb 07, 2019 04:28AM

 
Book cover for Biblical Hermeneutics: Five Views (Spectrum Multiview Books)
worse still, the only one),
Hiram Diaz III
you postmlodernist you

Hiram’s Recent Updates

Hiram Diaz III is now friends with John Kirschman
Josh Smith Josh Smith is currently reading Systematic Theology
6785546
The Son Who Learned Obedience by D. Glenn Butner, Jr.
Rate this book
Clear rating
Hiram Diaz III rated a book it was amazing
Picnic, Lightning by Billy Collins
Rate this book
Clear rating
Hiram Diaz III rated a book it was amazing
Sailing Alone Around the Room by Billy Collins
Rate this book
Clear rating
Hiram Diaz III rated a book really liked it
The Fatal Flaw by James R. White
Rate this book
Clear rating
Hiram Diaz III has read
Sailing Alone Around the Room by Billy Collins
Rate this book
Clear rating
Hiram Diaz III has read
The Fatal Flaw by James R. White
Rate this book
Clear rating
More of Hiram's books…
Michel Foucault
“Traditionally, power was what was seen, what was shown, and what was manifested...Disciplinary power, on the other hand, is exercised through its invisibility; at the same time it imposes on those whom it subjects a principle of compulsory visibility. In discipline, it is the subjects who have to be seen. Their visibility assures the hold of the power that is exercised over them. It is this fact of being constantly seen, of being able always to be seen, that maintains the disciplined individual in his subjection. And the examination is the technique by which power, instead of emitting the signs of its potency, instead of imposing its mark on its subjects, holds them in a mechanism of objectification. In this space of domination, disciplinary power manifests its potency, essentially by arranging objects. The examination is, as it were, the ceremony of this objectification.”
Michel Foucault, Discipline and Punish: The Birth of the Prison

Yyib badge
Josh Smith
91 books | 134 friends

Marsha ...
55 books | 35 friends

Rudolph...
447 books | 106 friends

Ron King
571 books | 60 friends

Micah
146 books | 52 friends

James
69 books | 41 friends

Vanessa
1,745 books | 84 friends

Kelly-Rae
182 books | 44 friends

More friends…


Polls voted on by Hiram

Lists liked by Hiram