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I think S. E. Parker is a good starting point to study how Christian or modern subjectivity is established at the level of individualism. As well as a kind of pragmatics, we can find the operation of power by examining his ideological language. If he lived in the early 19th century, there is nothing strange about these things; But if someone is going to repeat the same thing in the 21st century, it's probably brain disease.