Forensics of a Straw Man Pharmakos in Northrop Frye’s ‘Theory of Modes’

By Rickard Goranowski.

Published by The Organization Collection

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Jacques Derrida in 1981, in ‘Plato’s Pharmacy,’ confronted the inveterate Northrop Frye over the 1971 Critical Path as a “pharmakos” or ‘rascal traducer’: Frye’s ‘straw man’ misprision of the Sidney-Peacock-Shelley controversy belittling Peacock and Shelley was obliquely identified by Derrida, in Pharmacy’s first paragraphs, prosecuting Frye’s undue influence on university publishing and tenure management.

Keywords: Academic Publishing and Tenure, Academic Fraud, Princeton University Press, Napolitano v Trustees of Princeton, Internet Fraud

International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management, Volume 10, Issue 3, pp.133-144. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 616.800KB).

Mr. Rickard Goranowski

Post-Graduate, Legal Linguistics, Education Department, University of North Carolina - Charlotte, Mooresville, North Carolina, USA

The writer is a practicing paralegal with a 1982 B.A. in English from Anthony Wayne State University and 2010 Certification in Secondary English from The University of North Carolina at Charlotte.


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