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" Rather, it is in these two forms— the relation to other and the relation to self— that a single unending confrontation agitates history; it can be read in the ruptures that topple systems, and in the modes of coherence that tend to repress internal... "
Classical Traditions and Modern Meanings - Page 282
edited by - 1996 - 532 pages
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Heterologies: Discourse on the Other

Michel de Certeau - Literary Criticism - 1986 - 276 pages
..."anxiety" that intertwines the continuity of history and the discontinuity of its systems: difference. It is in fact difference which carves the isolating...obscure workings, or in staving off its fatal venom. Outside Thought Those who cling to continuity think they can escape death by taking refuge in the fiction...
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Michel Foucault, Volume 2

Barry Smart - Philosophy - 1994 - 411 pages
..."anxiety" that intertwines the continuity of history and the discontinuity of its systems: difference. It is in fact difference which carves the isolating...obscure workings, or in staving off its fatal venom. Outside Thought Those who cling to continuity think they can escape death by taking refuge in the fiction...
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Burning with Desire: The Conception of Photography

Geoffrey Batchen - Photography - 1999 - 273 pages
...cycles and the ambiguity of their connections do not constitute tvo problems. Rather, it is in these Ivo forms — the relation to other and the relation to...workings, or in staving off its fatal venom. De Certeau, "The Black Sun of Language: Foucault," Heterologies, 181. Foucault replicates the paradoxical play...
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Feminist Poetics: Poiesis, Performance, Histories

Terry Threadgold - Language Arts & Disciplines - 1997 - 222 pages
...into the homogeneity of language and which, conversely, opens in each system the paths to another. There is both continuity and discontinuity, and both...each epistemological age, with its own 'mode of being in order', carries within itself an alterity every representation attempts to absorb by objectifying...
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Feminist Poetics: Poiesis, Performance, Histories

Terry Threadgold - Language Arts & Disciplines - 1997 - 222 pages
...discontinuity, and both are deceptive, because each epistemological age, with its own 'mode of being in order', carries within itself an alterity every representation attempts to absorb by objectifying . . . Alterity always reappears, and in a fundamental way, in the very nature of language. A truth...
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Differenzen anders denken: Bausteine zu einer Kulturtheorie der Transdifferenz

Lars Allolio-Näcke, Britta Kalscheuer, Arne Manzeschke - Multiculturalism - 2005 - 469 pages
...discontinuity, and both are deceptive, because each epistemological age, with its own >mode of being in order<, carries within itself an alterity every representation attempts to absorb by objectifying« (DeCerteau 1986: 181). 8 Die Doktrin ist im eigentlichen Sinne keine Entität, wie eine Institution,...
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