archontic

archontic

(ɑːˈkɒntɪk)
adj
relating to an archon
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Whether this phenomenalization of colonial knowledge, or the opening of the American archive, constitutes in itself an indictment against the extrinsic law that dwells in an arkheion across the sea and cancels the metropolitan archontic principle of the archive, or rather an affirmation of it, is a debate that I prefer not to consider at this point.
Derrida calls this the archontic principle an act of consignation that combines depositing material with "gathering together through signs" (Archive Fever 3).
This is a minor quibble, however, and the authors' own arguments will hopefully encourage other scholars to examine fan texts within the broader context of archontic literature.
Abigail Derecho, Archontic Literature: A Definition, a
the archontic principle of legitimization, without criteria of classification and of hierarchization.
Abigail Derecho, Archontic Literature: A Definition, a History, and Several Theories of Fan Fiction, in FAN FICTION, supra note 7, at 61.
Thus, where they did not convert to Islam, entire populations belonging to Gnostic, star-worshipping, Archontic etc.
In place of these terms, Derecho instead uses Jacques Derrida's term archontic to describe fan fiction as a literary subgenre.