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Contract notice: Supply of a master-slave telemanipulator for hot cells.
The 1977 short story "The Education of Mingo" comically deconstructs Hegel's master-slave dialectic by replacing it with a gender binary that denies women, black and white, the subjectivity that it achieves for black men.
This yields a page-turning account, replete with father-son disputes, master-slave conflicts, imperial war, and colonial resistance.
Both the note and its partial effacement are emblematic of Walker's ongoing project: She records, in her distinctly incendiary way, the trauma attendant on "surviving" the master-slave dialectic and the necessary failure to find a grammar or a voice--official, vernacular, or intimate--adequate to that experience.
My work is an exploration of the master-slave dialectic in Hegel, and it's firmly rooted in the classical Western tradition" says Yegge.
With the HA option, two units are installed in a master-slave configuration, so that should a unit or link become unavailable, there will be no impact on the network or the data.
For Robinson, the master-slave relation served as the linchpin of antebellum southern society, the decisive force behind secessionism, and the conservative dynamic that powered an evolving southern nationalism.
However, the strength of this book is his analysis of the social and economic relations in the South beyond the master-slave divide.