disjunctive conjunction


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Noun1.disjunctive conjunction - the conjunctive relation of units that expresses the disjunction of their meanings
conjunction - the grammatical relation between linguistic units (words or phrases or clauses) that are connected by a conjunction
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He covers prologue with chorus: sensibility's machinic turn and music's privilege, sensing through participation or the art of acting out, setting out: from Warhol and Beuys, us all: individuation as trans-formation and trans-formation as social sculpture, Freud's repression: where the living seize the dead and vice versa, and the disjunctive conjunction: </mai oo est donc Ornicar?
The Mexican artist Damien Ortega's recent work Matter and Spirit places text and materiality in disjunctive conjunction. Michael Craig-Martin's 1970s work An Oak Tree looks at the mysterious chemistry of naming and duality of matter and sign.