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Most thinkers termed post-structuralist, as well as the legitimating struggles and heated debates, were prominent until about the s. Beyond this date, the debates died down and many once radical post-structuralist ideas were subsequently absorbed into mainstream disciplines.
As the name suggests, a post-structuralist way of thinking is rooted in structuralism, but it also represents a retrospective critique of certain structuralist commitments.
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Like structuralism, post-structuralism identifies a way of theorizing that belongs equally to literary theory the systematic study of literary textsphilosophy especially the study of how thought works, insofar as thinking is carried out in languageand critical theory emancipatory social science via discourse analysis and ideology critique.
The starting points for a post-structural theoretical vision within this enormous terrain of interdisciplinary scholarship are language, signification, and semiotics.
Most post-structuralist thinkers first sought to establish new concepts in this domain to describe their novel way of thinking. Most later turned their attention to philosophical and ethical themes and, consequently, to emancipatory social critique. Of the figures commonly named post-structuralist, some are more closely aligned than others with structuralism.
The selection of more clearly post-structuralist figures Umberto Eco, Jacques Derrida, Gilles Deleuze, and Julia Kristeva follows the overall flow from concerns with signification, through philosophical and ethical issues, to social critique.
A great deal of overlap is found, however, since this trend is also evident in the course of thinking specific to each figure. This emphasis reflects both an important critique of structuralism which threatens subjectivity and the overall shift toward philosophical and ethical concerns that culminates in critical theory.
Such extremism has elicited strong criticism. A more rigorously post-structural approach is to resist extremes and adopt a theoretical attitude that accommodates complexity.
Overviews The starting point for a post-structural theoretical vision is language and signification. Classic introductions to literary theory, therefore, such as Culler and Eagletonprovide essential groundwork for understanding post-structuralism. Along with these two overviews, Belseywhich focuses particularly on post-structuralism, completes a trio of popular and accessible introductions.
Written with the insight gained from personal acquaintance, Roudinesco supplements these more general works with a detailed, particularized account of the intellectual context that gave birth to post-structuralist thinking.
More depth and detail for advanced researchers is offered by the selection of essays by major and interesting figures provided in Young As these texts show, most post-structuralists first sought to establish new linguistic concepts to describe their novel way of thinking and turned later toward articulating a consequent emancipatory critical theory.
In the process, the text provides lucid explanations of structuralism, post-structuralism, and postmodernism, and defends deconstruction as a mode of thinking. A similarly contemporary overview and assessment of post-structuralism is provided in Williamswhich explains key post-structuralist concepts and considers the extent to which they apply to contemporary issues.
A Very Short Introduction. Oxford University Press, A philosophically orientated text, focusing on how post-structural thinking unsettles traditional understandings of human existence.
Sound advice is offered concerning who and what to read among post-structuralist authors and texts. Suitable for both undergraduate teaching and more advanced research.Autobiography has 13 ratings and 0 reviews. Professor Olney gathers together in this book some of the best and most important writings on autobiography p /5(13).
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