This is part explanation, part example, as to why my longer (read completed) articles are so few and far between. Below is the bibliography and works cited for a treatise on “Agnotological Methods and Mechanisms in the American Spectrum of Public and Private Debate.” I want to draw your attention to its size, the fact that many entries are still incomplete, it isn’t even in order yet, and there are repetitions. But when I am done, I want to be as correct, accurate, and complete as possible, so it is part of my method.

Bazerman and Chugh on ‘‘bounded awareness’’ (2006, 2007)

Moberg on ‘‘ethics blind spots’’ (2006)

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top-down influences on perception (Clark, 2013; Egner & Hirsch, 2005; Gilbert & Li, 2013; Summerfield & Egner, 2009)

relationship between power, control and self esteem (Wojciske and Struzynska-Kujalowicz 2007; Fast et al. 2009)

neurologist Ramachandran (1999) looks at how the brain and its architecture deal with irrational or contradictory cognitions which do not fit into our established framework of beliefs. He suggests that the left hemisphere of the brain constantly files new cognitions ‘‘seamlessly into our preexisting world view’’ (p. 134).

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Anderson, B. 2012, ‘Affect and biopower: Towards a politics of life’, Transactions of the

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Planning D: Society and Space, vol. 28, pp. 881-895.

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Massumi, B. 2002b, ‘Navigating movements’, in Zournazi, M. (ed), Hope: New Philosophies for

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