Semilogical

Sem`i`log´ic`al


a.1.Half logical; partly logical; said of fallacies.
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In his book Political Myth: on the Use and Abuse of Biblical Themes, Roland Boer defines myth as "a second-order semilogical system built on a primary system of meaning that deforms meaning and is regressive and depoliticized" (Boer 2009: 7).
For someone trained in phenomenology, existential philosophy, linguistic or semilogical methods, and the revival of Hegel studies, the encounter with psychoanalysis constitutes a considerable shock, for the discipline affects and questions anew not simply some particular theme within philosophical reflection but the philosophical project as a whole.
25 Here I must disagree with Menke, who seems to want to ascribe a theory of polysemy to Derrida, whereas Derrida is interested in locating the blind spot as well, understood as the semilogical 'rewriting' of ontological difference.