Starting by reanimating Jean-Francois Lyotard's notion of "negative dialogics" or paralogy
, Di Leo turns to poststructuralism's linguistic anti-foundationalisms, where speech or language itself can escape from set structures, determined narratives, preestablished meanings, consensual agreement, and coercions (29).
ExonIntron structure, paralogy
and sequenced regions of elongation factor-1 alpha in hexapoda.
, concerted evolution, intragenic polymorphism), these regions have been successfully used in resolving palm phylogenetic relationships especially at lower taxonomic levels (Lewis & Doyle, 2001, 2002; Gunn, 2004; Bayton, 2005; Roncal et al.
Keywords: humanities, humanism, legitimation, sciences, narrative, paradox, paralogy
, identity, postmodernism.
Moreover, the "lessons" neither synthesise opposing views nor do they bridge incompatible sides so that "heads and tails", obverse and reverse, articulated structurally as "double" or paralogy
emerge even more forcefully at a lesson's closure than at its beginning.
Plurality or Paralogy
is no longer just a description of the actual existential condition in which dialogue happens, but posited as a rule, an end of dialogue to replace the search for consensus (See Lyotard 1987, 88) and harmony.