INTERTEXTUALITY OF CRITICAL THEORIES:IN PRACTICE,NOW, HERE (IN THIS POST). BY STEVEN BENSON

CITING  critical thories, INTERTEXTUALISING them with other critical theories/concepts: spectral with psychogeography….citationality with hegemonically constructed “masculine” and “feminine” roles and sexual orientation binaries.. cited in historical context sense(HISTORICISM),subconsciously perpetuated from generation to generation unless we PERFORMATELY/LUDICALLY challenge them in a POSITIVE , rather than a passively historcial citational way.

Thus,there is a meta-citational/inter-textual dialogue going on here: I am trying to say we cite and inform and add to our knowledge of ONE critical theory by being aware of its intertextual references(in forms of critical theory’s own percieved-as -rareified own language: NOT a perjorivitization of theory!)to other, previous critical theories; eg Queer Theory repeatedly CITES and is INTERTEXTUALIZED by Derrida(difference/citationality itself) and Deleuze(the minor and major subject).

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