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Nikolas Rose explains this pastoral exercise of power in Governing the Soul. The conceptual systems devised within the ‘human’ sciences, the languages of analysis and explanation that they invented, the ways of speaking about human conduct that they constituted, have provided the means whereby human subjectivity and intersubjectivity could enter the calculations of the authorities.
Irigaray, in NFF, p. 104. Martin provides another example of deconstructive feminism which contrasts with Derrida’s and those presented here in ‘Feminism, criticism and Foucault’, New German Critique, Fall, 1982, no. 27, pp. 3– 30. Derrida, S/É, p. 95. , pp. 117–19. See also SSP in SC, 1972. This chapter is a much reduced version of some arguments discussed in my PhD which unfortunately (for me) remains unpublished. Derrida, op. , OD. Ibid. 35 3 THE NATURAL MAN AND THE VIRTUOUS WOMAN Reproducing citizens James Donald Cultural reproduction is impossible.
The problems likely to be faced by these forms of feminism can be simply enumerated. In view of the nature of what Derrida calls metaphysics, centred economy, it may be said that the first form of reversal is hardly a form of opposition to metaphysics at all. Metaphysics involves centred economy, the production of stable value and identity by means of the relation to the centre, and the positing of properties by means of which supplementarity is justified; this strategy affects neither. Moreover, the values on the basis of which the supplementary term is now to be privileged are precisely those laid down or ascribed by the economy that this strategy should be critiquing.