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Willy Thayer

Print publication date: 2020

Print ISBN-13: 9780823286744

Published to Fordham Scholarship Online: September 2020

DOI: 10.5422/fordham/9780823286744.001.0001

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Critique Within the Frame, Critique of the Frame

Critique Within the Frame, Critique of the Frame

13 Critique Within the Frame, Critique of the Frame
Technologies of Critique

Willy Thayer

, John Kraniauskas
Fordham University Press

This chapter begins by analyzing Aristotle's saying about ascribing to universal education, which underlines an aspect that stands out in the traditional understanding of critique. It mentions that Aristotle's words mainly encourage a critique of the “eaves” of the tympanum that shelter and subordinates itself to the fundamental terms of its polytechnics. Critique will only take place when the limits, the conditions, and the laws of the field are thematized. The chapter also evaluates the transformation of the law from being the “subject” of knowledge-practice into the position of examined object. The performance that interrupts the field's condition initiates the exception with respect to promoted, established, and cultivated knowledges. Not only is critique located in the exception, but it also reveals instituted knowledge as an exception become rule or cannon.

Keywords:   Aristotle, universal education, critique, tympanum, examined object

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