critical theoryand deconstruction, phallogocentrism or phallocentrism is a neologismcoined by Jacques Derridato refer to the privileging of the masculine (phallus) in the construction of meaning.
Derrida and others identified
phonocentrism, or the prioritizing of speech over writing, as an integral part of phallogocentrism. Derrida explored this idea in his essay "Plato's Pharmacy".
* [http://www.aber.ac.uk/media/Documents/litoral/litoral4.html Biases of the Ear and Eye - Logocentrism]
* [http://www.sens-public.org/article.php3?id_article=312 "Jacques Derrida : The Perchance of a Coming of the Otherwoman. The Deconstruction of Phallogocentrism from Duel to Duo", Carole Dely] Revue "Sens Public"
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