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discursive

Philosophy of or relating to knowledge obtained by reason and argument rather than intuition
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Ultimately, Socrates' sole purpose in arguing with any interlocutor is simply to show the shortcoming of intuition and discursive reasoning and to awaken him to the "infallible guide within himself" (p.
This book therefore extends the concept of symbolic representation, pushing its definition beyond that envisaged by Pitkin by 'taking a discursive turn in the analysis of women's representation'.
Forming the heart of the study, the chapters on the FGD's offer a compelling first-hand look at the discursive strategies at work in the construction of hybrid identities.
Hamlet also exemplifies the discursive practice of a philosophizing thespian.
I hope to show that Australian feminist bloggers, while not always acting with purely political intent, act politically through the discursive interventions that they make in response to discursive crisis.
The domain of politics is the first to be concerned by this discursive constraint, as its way of functioning is based on the permanent negotiation of the principles of government.
Ray's emphasis on metaphoric meanings is representative; most of the essays emphasize the discursive meanings of maternity.
Discursive data were generated through individual and focus group interviews and were audio taped, transcribed, qualitatively analyzed, and inductively rebuilt according to emergent (rather than imposed) meaning (van Dijk, 1993).
The MoCA attempts to legitimise its social functions by controlling the discursive space surrounding social work development, and stressing the resemblance between the nature of its social service functions and those of newly imported professional social work model.
Overall, the book offers a valuable analysis of the discursive constructs that give social meaning to motherhood.
The article locates consumption within larger discursive domains, at both the national and regional level, which contest the meaning of globalization in ways that produce and circulate highly gendered constructions of consumer agency.
1) It explores a deceiving, and yet distinct political discursive innovation of the Post-Brown era and how one oppressed family is teaching and learning to overcome that deception by cultivating counter discursive efforts at home.