philosopher's application of the antinomic
principle to linguistic
It is obviously not the only possible conception, although in certain circumstances which "liberate" the antinomic
element of the unconscious itself, it is perhaps irresistible.
* The pact, constantly renegotiated and changing, that replaces the non applied and rigid law (itself antinomic
to the concept of caring communities).
It is antinomic
to speak about emergence and about control on the emergence.
Put simply, co-constitutive theory suggests that the antinomic
alternatives are not mutually exclusive, contradictory, or even dichotomous.
The stimulus here derives from a Nietzschean tradition that preceded the rise of high modernism and from writers influenced by it, such as de Certeau, for whom historiography--as quoted by Rabasa--'bears within its own name the paradox--almost an oxymoron--of a relation established between two antinomic
terms, between the real and discourse' (IA, p.
Human thinking and feeling are thus antinomic
(83) "In this way, the solution is that one conceives of this antinomic
In Drop City, this antinomic
relationship assumes dramatic force when the hippies must struggle to move their possessions to Alaska.
Bourdieu's use of habitus has to be seen in the context of his broader project, 'whose ambition is not simply to combine, articulate or join structure and agency but, more fundamentally, to dissolve the very distinction between these two seemingly antinomic
viewpoints of social analysis' (Wacquant 1993: 3).
When is this discourse best understood as self-contradictory, and when does it occupy that fraught, perhaps necessarily antinomic
space where a certain limit to comprehension has been recognized and reflected upon but cannot be grasped or transcended?