Discoherent

Related to Discoherent: Decoherence

Dis`co`her´ent


a.1.Incoherent.
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These six sections compose a catalogue of decentered abject/subjects/objects, the discoherent identities of which appear, disappear and reappear in the depersonalised (no-)context provided by the Global Hotels international chain: "It doesn't matter where you are in the world if you're anywhere near a Global Hotel.
10) David Carroll explains the work's "failure" as due toits form not being "pure or plural or discoherent enough to eliminate the possibility of its being assigned an origin outside, of its being explained in terms of a `nonlinguistic,' `extratextual' subject.