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Feb 07, Nicole rated it it was ok Shelves: A couple major downsides First, sometimes he leans awfully hard on a single term. It relies not only on the wo A couple major downsides It relies not only on the words themselves, but on a network of interlocking change. These parts seemed better than the thinner examples, which invoked shades of literary theory.

The linguistic analyses in isolation are very poor indeed: Second, I think there is a big difference between pointing out where the language of values has been abused or misappropriated and claiming that values in and of themselves are either non-existant, inherently oppressive, or both. I, personally, think that values like tolerance or equality are real things, and well worth keeping, no matter how deeply they have, in practice, been betrayed or appropriated in the past.

I’m not sure Hazan allows for the possibility of people who actually believe in a thing, who are not operating cynically, either on the left or on the right. I am with him in thinking that Christine Boutin is a bad egg, but I’m not sure I agree that she’s insincere.

Indeed, I think this non-language of values is a common and disastrous error of the left in recent years, and I am sad to see that it transcends nations and language traditions. To have simply granted the premise of those on the right who claim that the left doesn’t HAVE any values is both dangerous and ridiculously untrue, as is the accompanying argument that I sometimes see that because the Enlightenment brought both a language of values and a period of colonization, that somehow the values must have CAUSED the colonization.


Surely colonization is a betrayal of those values, not an expression of them? Being able to dismiss ideas leads very quickly to being able to dismiss anything inconvenient.

LQR : la propaganda de cada día

Indeed, the language of power is only invoked and critiqued when those using it disagree with M. In other cases, not only is language pure, correct, and not abused, reality itself is warped. He appears not to believe the existence of either anti-semitism or al-quaida; claims which frankly beggar belief.

There is a moment when detached irony and reading against the grain transform you from a charming literary theorist with a penchant hazna Derrida and a slight tendency toward conspiracy theory into a total and complete loon.

Hazan is skirting that line. I think part of the problem is an ongoing overconfidence in the value of linguistic analysis in a vacuum. I have met this type of person before. The fact that linguistic manipulation accompanies power and is one of its tools does not mean you can work backward and derive corruption from the use of language.

If there is an upside, it is the occasional pleasure to be found in reading someone who is lqg as outraged as I am about the pollution of the language. I agree with his overall point that there is general evacuation of meaning from a great many important words, and that it would be nice if those words could mean something real again, and if people would use them to tell the truth, instead of to manipulate and control.

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I would tentatively recommend the book to anyone who feels this frustration, but I would also suggest keeping an eye fully peeled for bullshit. Jul 23, Nicolas Baygert added it. Jan 22, Drexel rated it really liked it. Feb 13, Sylvie rated it it was amazing Shelves: I have been using his reference to look at Indigenous affairs and how it is labelled in the news or among are politicians and it does make a lot of sense.


He does explain a lot of the nonsense we are being told in a daily basis. Ddlf rated it really liked it Nov 13, Natacha rated it really liked it Sep 21, Jean rated it liked it May 13, Jake rated it liked it Jun 27, Anne-Sophie rated it really liked it Dec 26, Rom rated it really liked it May 11, Abdelvettah rated it really liked it Mar 03, David Rankin rated it really liked it Nov 15, Camy rated it it was ok Nov 08, Nathalie rated it liked it Dec 03, Sebastien Varin rated it it was ok Sep 13, Marianne rated it really liked it Apr 05, D2 rated it did not like it Jan 02, Erwan rated it really liked it Jul 02, Carmen VanderAa rated it it was amazing Jun 07, Lonelyreader rated it liked it Sep 02, Lindsey rated it it was amazing Aug 01, Tifanny Ramona Lisa rated it really liked it Dec 21, Elie added it Jul 25, Aryon added it Oct 04, Iris Iris marked it as to-read Nov 03, Wikiquote francophone added it Dec 20, Aunbrey marked it as to-read May 16, Ayelin added it Jun 11, Yvitol marked it as to-read Sep 07, Nelson marked it as to-read Jul 22, Korman marked it as to-read Sep 22, Sivoj marked it as to-read Feb 07, Flo marked it as to-read Mar 07, Julie added it Aug 05, Sarah-Mazal marked it as to-read Sep 19, Marion marked it as to-read Dec 22, Sofia marked it as to-read May 31, There are no discussion topics on this book yet.

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