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- n. The privileging of masculinity in the construction of meaning; phallocentrism with a view to logocentrism.
Today’s preoccupation with free indirect style has the potential to become the next decade’s “phallogocentrism,” but it was startling to read Wood write of David Foster Wallace and Thomas Pynchon with an eye not primarily to a dismissal of “hysterical realism,” but rather to an understanding of the necessity, the logic of their creation.
Gayle at The WOMBman's Bible can suggest the phallogocentrism of LXX Numbers 5:1-4, and in particular the passage’s keen interest in the "Erect Insertion", inside of which one can find God.
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