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post-structuralism

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  • n. A doctrine that rejects structuralism’s claims to objectivity and emphasises the plurality of meaning.

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  • Holding my breath, I gently prised the sticker away from the tissue paper, and unwrapped the bundle, listening carefully for the sound of Pat or David busting in to offer me an espresso or a lecture on post-structuralism.

    Archive 2009-09-01

  • The posthuman is the point at which the most pressing concerns in gender studies, post-structuralism, cultural materialism & postmodernism converge.

    Ballardian » The Emergence of the Posthuman Subject

  • More than anything else, I would say, this changing of the critical guard, the cycling through of formalism, structuralism, post-structuralism, historicism, cultural studies, is what makes academic criticism "less appealing" to non-academic readers.

    Principles of Literary Criticism

  • I understand that intellectuals like for all people to be bound to them as "natural superiors," but academics long ago abdicated the throne when they embraced relativism, deconstruction and post-structuralism.

    Progressivism Has Destroyed Classical Education

  • Not bad, that, given the nonexistence at the time of post-structuralism or, indeed, structuralism.

    The Last Laugh

  • A review of the literature informs me that post-structuralism, womanism, libertarianism, postmodernism, transnationalism, and queer, critical and post-colonial theory are all central to third wave ideology.

    Daniel Krotz: Third Wave Feminism

  • I'm sure soon I'll say something outrageous again and piss off the reactionaries, or those who provide them a Left cover by promoting identity politics or post-structuralism; but at the moment I just can't think of anything outrageous to say.

    A Bland and Deadly Courtesy

  • A new paradigm of philosophy, post-structuralism emerged in France in the 1960s, and is broadly understood as a body of distinct elaborations on structuralism, which attempted to explain the world as a neat system of inter-related structures.

    Archive 2009-05-01

  • It happened to the people who coined “post-structuralism”, “positioning”, “natural selection”, almost any specialist term.

    The curse of social media jargon

  • While post-structuralism states that the position of the reader vis-a-vis the meaning of the text is superior to authorial intent in all cases, and therefore your reading of the text here is as valid as any other, nevertheless:

    Make Mine Metaphorical: Dollhouse thoughts

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