From: Tom Blancato <tblancato@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sun Aug 20 08:50:58 1995
Except the text is limited to the interesection of language, institutions and
Sam Vagenas writes:
>Genealogy is different from deconstruction:
>1) Deconstruction is limited to the text(s). Genealogy the intersection of
>language, institutions, and power.
>2) Genealogy is a narrative (fictional and fungible, but still a narrative);
>deconsruction an anti-narrative.
>3) Genealogy laspses into anthropology (see Nietzsche Ubermensch and late
>Foucault erotics of the self); deconstruction places the axis of meaning
>outside of the self.
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