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dispersive

/dis·per·sive/ (-per´siv)
1. tending to become dispersed.
2. promoting dispersion.
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The limits suggested for dispersiveness (the internal logic of the organism and regularities of the environment) are equally ambiguous, although it would be unreasonable to expect much precision in general theories about development.
But let us note here that if postmodern masculinities would celebrate an eroticism that is temporally unrepresentable, an anarchic dispersiveness of "past-futures" through the sensuality of the flesh, they would also embrace a discourse of questioning that refuses replicative play, a poetics of "saying" that eludes the "said" because the "said" reinstates the phallocentric myth, the word of an absolute patriarchal god, the Name-of-the-father (cf.