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Am Wed, 22.Mar.2000 um 18:47:22 -0500 schrieb t byfield:
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Postmodern Thesis Generator <http://www.elsewhere.org/cgi-bin/postmodern>:

  Poststructuralist textual theory and conceptual subdialectic

  Henry S. Werther
  Department of Sociology, University of Illinois

  Jane O. U. Bailey
  Department of Sociology, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

  1. Smith and conceptual subdialectic theory

   If one examines the dialectic paradigm of discourse, one
   is faced with a choice: either reject postcultural
   capitalist theory or conclude that society,
   surprisingly, has objective value. The without/within
   distinction prevalent in Smith's Clerks emerges again in
   Dogma. But Lacan promotes the use of Derridaist reading
   to modify and deconstruct class.

   "Society is part of the paradigm of sexuality," says
   Lyotard; however, according to Dahmus[1] , it is not so
   much society that is part of the paradigm of sexuality,
   but rather the dialectic, and subsequent absurdity, of
   society. De Selby[2] states that we have to choose
   between postcultural capitalist theory and capitalist
   discourse. Therefore, postpatriarchialist semiotic
   theory suggests that language is capable of truth.

   The main theme of Geoffrey's[3] critique of
   poststructuralist textual theory is a self-falsifying
   totality. In The Aesthetics of Thomas Aquinas, Eco
   examines postcultural capitalist theory; in Foucault's
   Pendulum, however, he analyses cultural objectivism. But
   Bataille's model of poststructuralist textual theory
   implies that context is created by communication, given
   that sexuality is equal to narrativity.

   If one examines conceptual subdialectic theory, one is
   faced with a choice: either accept the neocapitalist
   paradigm of discourse or conclude that the establishment
   is capable of significance. If poststructuralist textual
   theory holds, the works of Eco are an example of
   mythopoetical capitalism. Thus, Baudrillard suggests the
   use of conceptual subdialectic theory to attack the
   status quo.

   Debord uses the term 'postcultural capitalist theory' to
   denote the role of the reader as observer. But
   Drucker[4] holds that we have to choose between
   poststructuralist textual theory and textual theory.

   The premise of postcultural capitalist theory states
   that expression comes from the masses. Thus, if
   poststructuralist textual theory holds, we have to
   choose between postcultural capitalist theory and
   subcapitalist textual theory.
   The example of poststructuralist textual theory which is
   a central theme of Eco's The Island of the Day Before is
   also evident in The Name of the Rose, although in a more
   self-fulfilling sense. In a sense, several discourses
   concerning postcultural capitalist theory exist.
   Lacan uses the term 'poststructuralist textual theory'
   to denote a precapitalist reality. Therefore, in The
   Aesthetics of Thomas Aquinas, Eco denies postcultural
   capitalist theory; in The Limits of Interpretation
   (Advances in Semiotics) he analyses conceptual
   subdialectic theory.
   Marx promotes the use of cultural theory to modify
   class. Thus, the meaninglessness, and therefore the
   economy, of conceptual subdialectic theory intrinsic to
   Eco's Foucault's Pendulum emerges again in The Island of
   the Day Before.

  2. Poststructuralist textual theory and the neodialectic
  paradigm of context

   1. Dahmus, R. H. (1978) Deconstructing Debord:
   Conceptual subdialectic theory and poststructuralist
   textual theory. University of California Press

   2. de Selby, W. ed. (1985) Poststructuralist textual
   theory in the works of Eco. University of North Carolina
   3. Geoffrey, J. A. E. (1977) The Circular House:
   Poststructuralist textual theory, feminism and the
   precapitalist paradigm of narrative. Harvard University
   4. Drucker, O. F. ed. (1998) Poststructuralist textual
   theory and conceptual subdialectic theory. University of
   Michigan Press
   5. Sargeant, T. (1989) Reinventing Expressionism:
   Conceptual subdialectic theory in the works of Gaiman.
   6. Werther, F. J. ed. (1970) Poststructuralist textual
   theory in the works of Lynch. O'Reilly & Associates
   7. Hanfkopf, M. A. Y. (1983) Expressions of Fatal flaw:
   Poststructuralist textual theory in the works of
   Fellini. Yale University Press

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