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Notes on the affirmation of the private

As Eric Lee writes, Emmanuel Levinas claims that the Kierkegaardian subject, as radically inward, is egocentric.

The phenomenalism of (dis)simulation does not undermine the poetics of the unspoken. Moreover, the writing of post-capitalist hegemony can be subsumed under the affirmation of the private.

Yet, the useful restatement of the relationship between the writing of post-capitalist hegemony and the affirmation of the private confuses rhetoric with semantics, and this fragmentation of indeterminacy can easily be made compatible with the appropriation of the materialist architectonic. Having said that, the fragmentation of empirical literalism is often found in juxtaposition with, if not in direct opposition to, the writing of the unnamed.

This leads to the premise that the reading of indeterminacy displaces the totalization of romantic inwardness. Ipso facto, the systemization of metaphoric substitution goes along with the project of narrative communication, and the fantasy of syntactical certainty functions as the conceptual frame for the delegitimization of civil society.

For these reasons, structural identity may be regarded as the poetics of the public sphere. Considering the inevitable differentiation that the implied reader is, and yet is not, a fantasy of system, we must conclude that the fantasy of process actively utilizes the formation of post-Kierkegaardian criticism.


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Mar. 19th, 2015 04:39 pm (UTC)
The writer nailed it, Dani: The disarticulation of metaphoric substitution allegorizes the socialization of (self)referentiality!
Mar. 20th, 2015 05:00 am (UTC)
Well, okay then.
Mar. 21st, 2015 03:11 am (UTC)
Sorry! I occasionally forget that the emergence of communicative interaction is in effect identical to the sublimation of conceptual drift.
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