macrology


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macrology

(mækrˈɒlədʒɪ)
n
verbose but meaningless talk
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macrology

an excessive wordiness.
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Yet an account of the phased development of the subaltern is thrown out of joint when his cultural macrology is operated, however remotely, by the epistemic interference with legal and disciplinary definitions accompanying the imperialist project.
In this analysis, there is no specific indication as to where or when in Gramsci's own text this "out-of-jointness" takes place, or why what Spivak identifies as Gramsci's "cultural macrology," when operated, however remotely, by what she calls "epistemic interference" would disable such an account.