all the usage in the world
A room is to space as a __________ is to time.(more later)
all(I'm a good Foucauldian);)
A room is an enclosed space.A life is an enclosed time.Life is my initial reaction.
I like these suggestions, but I think I'm looking for a different analogy. A room is a concrete example of abstract space. Time is also an abstraction. What is the concrete instantiation of time, as a room is a concrete space?Life (or everything, if I understand Laura correctly) is, in a sense, too big for this exercise. A single room is not like a whole life. But my space may be the totality of my rooms or the rooms I have access to (my roominess, if you will).Following Goffman: an institution, i.e., a suite of rooms.What does my life divide into as my home divides into rooms?
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