In the contemporary cognitive militarism, which is fast gaining ground in terms of its popularity, self-narratives are sought to be pitted against the practice of translation. The `self’ in this sense is that which is produced as a result of a process of self-narration or autopoiesis. What is foregrounded in cognitive militarism is not poetic subjectivity, but rather an instrumental subjectivity in the form of auto narration and self-apprehension in the form of self-narratives.
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"Perpetual Emergency: The Self, Translation and Border Crossing,"
Living in Languages: Vol. 1
, Article 5.
Available at: https://scholarsarchive.library.albany.edu/liljournal/vol1/iss1/5