Tag Archives: articulation
You haven’t even articulated it. You are more likely competing with it.
Appropriately enough, “deconstruction” has meanings completely different than the ones Derrida “originally” articulated.
A democratic politics depends upon us continuing to speak out and speak on.
For some subjects, the body is the only satisfactory surface of articulation. For others, the page will do just as well.
The sad state of affairs is that even legitimate grievances are understood or even articulated as whining, bellyaching, and complaining.
Our pursuits of pleasures always articulate something universal which exceeds every particular pursuit: it pleases me to call this excess “principle.”
It gives me great pleasure to guess what a particular document will say before I read it. This gives me hope that I have uncovered the logic of its own struggle for position.
Violence cannot bear its silence. Sex knows how to get its way. Give either to half a chance; so to speak, they’ll talk all day.
They lack the strength to overcome the shame of articulation.
Ineffable is that which shies away from articulation.