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This essay aims to illustrate the way in which the American writer Cormac McCarthy constructs the role of the children in his novels Blood Meridian, or the Evening Redness in the West and The Road to challenge the discursive reality elaborated by the two adult protagonists. The premise of this endeavor is that both Judge Holden and the man offer a logocentric vision of the world, which the young characters resist by questioning its validity and exposing its limits. The Post-Structuralist criticism of Jacques Derrida and Friedrich Nietzsche represents the theoretical foundation of the text analysis proposed below.

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In the presented paper we try to reconstruct Roland Barthes’ journey from the strict linguocentrism (i.e. logocentrism and phonocentrism) to the fact that even though the word and image find themselves in one semiotic space and might be under certain circumstances in a complementary relationship or work together to achieve the very same aim, at the same time, the images (and especially analogical images) always contain something which can’t be wholly translated into words.

: Neglected Themes and Hidden Variations, (pp. 160-176). Ed. Victor Sōgen Hori and Melissa Anne-Marie Curley. Nanzan Instutitute for Religion and Culture. Vattimo, G., Rovatti, P. A., 2012.Weak Thought. Translated and with an introduction by Peter Carravetta. SUNY Press. Zhang, Longxi, 1985. The Tao and the Logos: Notes on Derrida’s Critique of Logocentrism. In Critical Inquiry 11: 385-398.

sovereignty and livelihoods, as well as human rights violations and abuse. Similarly, 151 research on the ecological wisdom of oral traditions in various countries has been carried out, such as in China [9]. However, research on the impact of oil palm expansion on the extinction of oral traditions has never been done. That is caused by the existence of binary opposition and logocentrism: tangible and intangible, profit and nonprofit, traditional and modern, oral and written, central and periphery. Something modern, written, and close to the center of government [10] is