Space, Place, and Gender
读书笔记 politics and space/time
The issue here is not the relative priority of the temporal and the spatial, but their definitions. For it is through this logic, and its association of ideas with temporality and spatiality, that Laclau arrives at the depoliticization of space. "Let us begin", writes Laclau, "by identifying three dimensions of the relationship of dislocation that are crucial to our analysis. The first is that dislocation is the very form of temporality. And temporality must be conceived as the exact opposite of space. The "spatialization" of an event consists of eliminating its temporality".
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