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2014 | 1(8) | 41-54
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Koncepcja interpelacji ideologicznej a krytyczny dyskurs o prawie

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The Notion of Ideological Interpellation and Critical Discourse on Law
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The present methodological paper aims at answering the question whether the notionof ideological interpellation, put forward by L. Althusser, in the form given to it by S. Žižek, can be operationalised in order to be deployed as a tool for the critical reading of legal texts. The paper gives a positive answer to the question, indicating that the application of the said method may contribute to the opening of legal discourse towards the impact of critical theory. The paper consists of three parts. The first part presents Žižek’s theory of ideology, the second part discusses the notion of ideological interpellation, and the third part is devoted to a preliminary attempt at operationalising the said notion.
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The present methodological paper aims at answering the question whether the notionof ideological interpellation, put forward by L. Althusser, in the form given to it by S. Žižek, can be operationalised in order to be deployed as a tool for the critical reading of legal texts. The paper gives a positive answer to the question, indicating that the application of the said method may contribute to the opening of legal discourse towards the impact of critical theory. The paper consists of three parts. The first part presents Žižek’s theory of ideology, the second part discusses the notion of ideological interpellation, and the third part is devoted to a preliminary attempt at operationalising the said notion.
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41-54
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2014-01-01
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