Tuesday, May 09, 2006


"every deconstruction turns, in spite of itself, into its own construct in need of further deconstruction. Or, to put the pattern in political rather than philosophical terms, every subversive struggle against the repressive power structure becomes a struggle for its own power and thus its own right to repress."

Murray Krieger, "The literary, the textual, the social", in Murray Krieger, Editor, The Aims of Representation - Subject, Text, History, Stanford University Press, California, 1987, p. 10