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" Continuous history is the indispensable correlative of the founding function of the subject: the guarantee that everything that has eluded him may be restored to him; the certainty that time will disperse nothing without restoring it in a reconstituted... "
J.M. Coetzee: South Africa and the Politics of Writing - Pagina 78
door David Attwell - 1993 - 160 pagina’s
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After the New Criticism

Frank Lentricchia - 1980 - 384 pagina’s
...disperse nothing without restoring it in a reconstituted unity; the promise that one day the subject . . . will once again be able to appropriate, to bring back...things that are kept at a distance by difference, and find in them what might be called his abode.80 The purpose of continuous history, then, is simply...
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Der Philosophische Diskurs Der Moderne

Jürgen Habermas - 1990 - 430 pagina’s
...sheer deceit, "the guarantee that everything that has eluded him may be restored to him; . . . the promise that one day the subject — in the form of...sway, all those things that are kept at a distance by difference."17 The basic concepts of the philosophy of the subject dominate not only the type of access...
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Social Theory Today

Anthony Giddens - 1987 - 428 pagina’s
...upon: the certainty that time will dispense nothing without restoring it in a reconstituted unity; the promise that one day the subject - in the form of...again be able to appropriate, to bring back under its sway, all those things that are kept at a distance by difference, and find in them what might be...
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Social Theory and Modern Sociology

Anthony Giddens - 1987 - 310 pagina’s
...upon: the certainty that time will dispense nothing without restoring it in a reconstituted unity; the promise that one day the subject — in the form of...again be able to appropriate, to bring back under its sway, all those things that are kept at a distance by difference, and find in them what might be...
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Women in the United States, 1830-1945

S. J. Kleinberg - 1999 - 368 pagina’s
...position of a collective 'we'."" According to The Archaeology of Knowledge, continuous history promises that "one day the subject, in the form of historical...things that are kept at a distance by difference, and find in them what might be called his abode."14 But identity can be secured only at the price of...
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John Dewey and the Paradox of Liberal Reform: The Rise and Decline of ...

William Andrew Paringer - 1990 - 215 pagina’s
...disperse nothing without restoring it in a reconstituted unity; the promise that one day the subject—in the form of historical consciousness— will once...things that are kept at a distance by difference, and find in them what might be called his abode. 154 Dewey sought to explain everything in general...
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The Critique of Power: Reflective Stages in a Critical Social Theory

Axel Honneth - 1991 - 340 pagina’s
...him; the certainty that time will disperse nothing without restoring it in a reconstituted unity; the promise that one day the subject — in the form of...things that are kept at a distance by difference, and find in them what might be called his abode.23 Foucault's Historical Analysis of Discourse The...
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Leading Questions

Malcolm Peet, David Robinson - 2014 - 288 pagina’s
...him; the certainty that time will disperse nothing without restoring it in a reconstituted unity; the promise that one day the subject — in the form of...things that are kept at a distance by difference, and find in them what might be called his abode."27 The autobiographical act would seem to be, then,...
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Hermeneutics and Education

Shaun Gallagher - 1992 - 402 pagina’s
...possibility of reproduction: "that one day the subject—in the form of historical consciousness—will once again be able to appropriate, to bring back under...things that are kept at a distance by difference, and find in them what might be called his abode" (AK 12). Derrida questions the very status and adequacy...
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Michel Foucault

Barry Smart - 1994 - 411 pagina’s
...as sheer deceit, "the guarantee that everything that has eluded him may be restored to him; ... the promise that one day the subject — in the form of...sway, all those things that are kept at a distance by difference."17 The basic concepts of the philosophy of the subject dominate not only the type of access...
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