REFLECTING ON ‘RHETORIC(S) OF BODY POLITICS AND RELIGIOUS DISCOURSE’

Johannes N. Vorster

Abstract


In conversation with the contributors to this volume, it is indicated what the
regulatory body is, and how the regulatory body functions as the social configuration
of meaning and as a site of power relations, not only constituting bodies,
but also as the context in which these constituted bodies re-constitute and reproduce
themselves. Several rhetorical strategies, such as the operation of the hierarchic
principle, the division between “insiders” and “outsiders,” and the notion of dissociation
in the re-definition of cultural practices have come to light.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.7833/90-0-1050

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