In an historical analysis of language and the ideology underwriting it, Michel Pecheux argues that all struggles of perception and belief arise from a relationship of contradictions between and within discourses, since 'thought exists only within a determination which imposes edges, separations and limits on it, in other words ... "thought" is determined in its "forms" and its "contents" by the unthought... [In discourse] the unasserted precedes and dominates the assertion'.



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