dearticulation

dearticulation

(dē″ăr-tĭk″ū-lā′shŭn)
Signifying the surgical amputation of a limb at a joint.
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1) It is a refutation that must bring with it a principled dearticulation or deconstruction of the premises--and the privilege and power--of the masculinist gaze, accompanied by strategies to promote alternative gazes, one that is specifically feminist or lesbian or, if possible, masculine in a nonpatriarchal way.
The current model of urban transportation of Guadalajara; based on the earnings logic, implies that the society as a group has to absorb the high social cost of the external factors that asa way of malfunction are generated in this atea, transportation problems, multi-way dearticulation and an excessive concentration of the routes in the atea, ate as whole, the reflection of individual explosion of each way of transportation.
My point here is to argue for reconsideration of the process of abjection, a process referenced by Diana Fuss and developed most fruitfully by Julia Kristeva, in the dearticulation of meaning and identity.