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Overthrowing syntax:making an arguement for being misunderstood

06.17.2010  |  By
Filed under: Field Notes

“It is still better to speak only in riddles, allusions, hints, parables. Even if asked to clarify a few points. Even if people plead that they just don’t understand. After all, they never have understood. So why not double the misprision to the limits of exasperation?

Luce Irigaray,  Speculum of the Other Woman (1974, P. 587) (more…)