From a feminist perspective, language is a primary space within gender happens. As such, language is a site of struggle and negotiation. Feminist interventions therefore take place in language (e.g. through feminisation practices). However, beyond these linguistic interventions, language is unceasingly commented, discussed, analysed in feminist circles. Focusing on what feminists say about language sheds thus light on some metadiscourses extremely political. In this paper, I provide a description of metalinguistic practices of gender within the anarchist culture, based on a corpus analysis, as well as a political analysis of some tendencies of contemporary anarchism and feminism. The study seeks to show that anarchism and feminism are cultures of discourses, understanding discourse as a place of power. I argue that some tendencies of anarchism, feminism and rhetoric shares an epistemological complicity through an understanding of discourse and society as heterogeneous (vs. systemic), and semiotic, and an understanding of the discursive production of knowledge in the lenses of power relationships

Cultures politiques du discours: Féminisme, Anarchisme et Rhétorique

Abbou J.
2017-01-01

Abstract

From a feminist perspective, language is a primary space within gender happens. As such, language is a site of struggle and negotiation. Feminist interventions therefore take place in language (e.g. through feminisation practices). However, beyond these linguistic interventions, language is unceasingly commented, discussed, analysed in feminist circles. Focusing on what feminists say about language sheds thus light on some metadiscourses extremely political. In this paper, I provide a description of metalinguistic practices of gender within the anarchist culture, based on a corpus analysis, as well as a political analysis of some tendencies of contemporary anarchism and feminism. The study seeks to show that anarchism and feminism are cultures of discourses, understanding discourse as a place of power. I argue that some tendencies of anarchism, feminism and rhetoric shares an epistemological complicity through an understanding of discourse and society as heterogeneous (vs. systemic), and semiotic, and an understanding of the discursive production of knowledge in the lenses of power relationships
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https://journals.openedition.org/aad/2329
anarchism; cultures of discourse; feminism; metadiscourse; rhetoric
Abbou; J.
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