Apophasis and Transgression in Contemporary Theoretical Discourse
Chapter Two: Dialogue
Even there where there are dialogues, in Plato […] these dialogues remain in the service of the monologic thesis. In my case – and I’m not going to compare myself with Plato! – monologism, univocity, a single voice – is impossible, and plurivocity is a non-fictional necessity, a necessity that I put to work in a fictional fashion of course but that is not feigned…
Jacques Derrida, 2004 conversation with Hélène Cixous
More than one, it is necessary to be more than one to speak, several voices are necessary for that…
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