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102–3. , pp. 104–5. ) op. cit. Patton (eds), Michel Foucault, Power, Truth, Strategy, Sydney, Feral, 1979, p. 171. 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 This chapter is a much reduced version of some arguments discussed in my PhD which unfortunately (for me) remains unpublished.
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