Gazing

"Doctor and patient are caught up in an ever-greater proximity, bound together, the doctor by an ever-more attentive, more insistent, more penetrating gaze, the patient by all the silent, irreplaceable qualities that, in him, betray—that is, reveal and conceal—the clearly ordered forms of the disease."Foucault, Michel and A. M. Sheridan (Translator). The Birth of the Clinic. 1963.

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