Placed within a world historical context, however, they reveal a narrow compass, of modern Marxist-materialist and poststructuralist conceptualizations, which when invoked without qualification symptomatizes
both presentism and Euro-Anglocentricism.
No: what Claussen's NGC article announced as a thesis, the book nowhere entertains even as a question--a disconnect worth belaboring because it symptomatizes
what's disappointing about the book.
15) Fear of breakdown, then, symptomatizes
a defense that masks a radically "unthinkable state .
a transculturality for which a widely acknowledged critical discourse is just beginning to be elaborated.
In this postmodern version of the repressive hypothesis, Lee's vocal imputation of aura to Selby symptomatizes
the discussed extremity of both women's alienation as well as performs its phallic captivation as juridical fiat.
If James Duffy symptomatizes
the impairment of identification (basically he disavows it), Emily Sinico symptomatizes
the fate of desire, whose prospects of fulfillment are blocked.