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By Vincent Dutreuil, François Maingoval

ISBN-10: 2723434109

ISBN-13: 9782723434102

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In polyphony, by contrast, no single term rules over others. For Kristeva, this liberalism and laissez-faire setting in the text is the criterion and manifestation of non-ideologism. If in the semiotics of the symbol the book was understood as a story, then in the semiotics of the sign it is understood as literature and discourse. Moving away from the semiotic practice of the sign and the snares of literature as well as the death of the novel as a work of art is simultaneously a problem of rhetoric and of social praxis.

For Sollers, reading means insinuating one’s way into the numerical space the text constitutes (see Sollers 1971a: 155–6). The metaphysics of the text is identified with the panthah of Sanskrit, the neverending road that is the road of pain, danger and uncertainty, the road where the journey is not pre-determined but which is continuous and eternally transcendent. Sollers believes the science of the text leads directly to number mysticism: if we know the beginning, we know the end; if we know the numbers, we know the things.

In a certain sense Kristeva’s paragram ideologeme is a logical continuation of the revolution of dynamics that was characteristic of western science and art in the twentieth century. As a metaphor, however, the paragram ideologeme expresses the absence of determination and total freedom. Similarly as in other French theories of the 1960s such as deconstruction, numismatics, monumental history or materiology, the dialectics of liberation and limitations connects Freud’s ideas about dreams, Marx’s value and formation of capital and Saussure’s analyses of language.

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