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" The goal of all structuralist activity, whether reflexive or poetic, is to reconstruct an "object" in such a way as to manifest thereby the rules of functioning (the "functions") of this object. Structure is therefore actually a simulacrum of the object,... "
The Poetics of DNA - 51. lappuse
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Phenomenological Approaches to Popular Culture

Michael Thomas Carroll, Eddie Tafoya - 2000 - 269 lapas
...humankind as "defined not by his ideas or his languages, but by his imagination" (1128)—reconstructs an object in such a way as to manifest thereby the rules of functioning (the "functions") of this object. Structure is therefore actually a simulacrum of the object, but a directed, interested simulacrum,...
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Phenomenological Approaches to Popular Culture

Michael Thomas Carroll, Eddie Tafoya - 2000 - 269 lapas
...humankind as "defined not by his ideas or his languages, but by his imagination" (1128) — reconstructs an object in such a way as to manifest thereby the rules of functioning (the "functions") of this object. Structure is therefore actually a simulacrum of the object, but a directed, interested simulacrum,...
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Literary Semiotics: A Critical Approach

Scott Simpkins - 2001 - 287 lapas
...often motivates code analysis: The goal of all structuralist activity, whether reflexive or poetie, is to reconstruct an "object" in such a way as to...the rules of functioning (the "functions") of this object. Structure is therefore actually a simulacrum of the object, but a directed, interested simulacrum,...
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Sounding the Abyss: Readings Between Cavell and Derrida

Roger V. Bell - 2004 - 283 lapas
...specifically to mimetic texts, Barthes highlights the explanatory agenda that often motivates code analysis: The goal of all structuralist activity, whether reflexive...the rules of functioning (the "functions") of this object. Structure is therefore actually a simulacrum of the object, but a directed, interested simulacrum,...
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New Approaches in Social Research

Carol Grbich - 2004 - 152 lapas
...outlined the process of analysis of 'objects' in terms of a search for their functioning rules:'The goal of all structuralist activity, whether reflexive...the rules of functioning (the "functions") of this object. ... Structural man [sic] takes the real, decomposes it, then recomposes it'(Barthes, 1972:214-15)....
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Language, Space and Power: A Critical Look at Bilingual Education

Samina Hadi-Tabassum - 2006 - 295 lapas
...the language of hegemony and dominance and thus has a higher position in the sociocultural hierarchy: The goal of all structuralist activity, whether reflexive or poetic, is to reconstruct an "object" [the dual immersion classroom] in such a way as to manifest thereby the rules of its functioning of...
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