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Moreover, in paying attention to literary exemplifications of spatial conceptualization, I go down the same path as my three theorists: Kristeva, whose gaze is directed from the outset towards narratives and the manner in which they are generated historically (Le Texte du roman), intertextually (6KPLHLZWLNK/Desire in Language), subjectively (Histoires d’amour/Tales of Love) and finally socially (Le Génie feminine: Hannah Arendt/Life as Narrative); Foucault, for whom literature is central in his early work, and whose work broadens to include a plethora of textual forms in later phases of his thinking (see During 1992); and Deleuze, for whom literature forms a privileged avenue for forging a non-philosophy (see Lambert 2002; Rajchman 2000; and more specifically Bogue 2003; Bryden 2007; Buchanan & Marks (eds) 2000; Colombat 1990).

The temporality of the Symbolic is imposed upon that which precedes it – a space (as noted above, the Semiotic is coeval with the chora, which means literally ‘space’). This implies that it is normal to move from one to the other, from atemporality into temporality, in a process of individual and societal maturation. Secondly, these respective spaces are arranged as a binary, and binaries almost unavoidably shape up as hierarchies. The earlier phase is inevitably coded as being of less value than the later phase.

It does not constitute sense on the basis of detachable units which can then be put together at will in a chain, and thus, for us, does not constitute meaning. At best it can be assimilated to a semi-linear oral economy. Leroi-Gouhran detects behind such arrangements of figures “un contexte oral avec lequel l’assemblage était coordonné et dont il reproduit spatialement les valeurs” [“an oral context with which the symbolic assembly was connected and whose values it reproduced spatially”] (Langage, cet inconnu 32).

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