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The book of From Freedom to Slavery of Gerry Spence and pedagogy of oppressed of Paulo Freire are respectively discussed different topics Spence mainly explores social circulations He argued that while people feel freedom in society actually they unconsciously enslave the society Freire uses pedagogic theory to discuss oppression in education system Actually two books seem different subjects yet there are still similarities between them First similarity is both authors discuss concept slavery that retrains consciousness of men In From Freedom to Slavery to restrain peoples consciousness is by the oligarchy of mammoth corporation system that Spence calls the New King-a non living master dominate dominates our society 87 The interest of the New king is to convert all human values into merchandise and only care profit By that it tends to convince people that it is proper for New King entitles to own or control the entire wealth of the earth87 Such as money means everything Therefore the mean of corporation is to own to control media whose primary task is to brainwash mens mind While people closely tie media as part of their lives media is able to changes their sense of value belief and even manipulates their lives People are as tools to the corporation to have consciousness of the corporation That means they live in the corporation work for the corporation serve with the corporation and even die for the corporation In other worlds they love their servitude That is the goal of the New King to subjugate the earth and its population the most insidious tyranny ever experienced by man 124 As long as people believe the New King it will know that its power expands and is able to continually control people Consequently as Spence describes that people are not sensitive to changes in the status of their freedom but to changes in the formula of Cole Classic 185 People do devote their freedom to the corporation However people
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