[The following is an extract from a soon-to-be published academic thesis. Awaiting funding from UNESCO to complete]
Genesis 1 places in time the creation of the first cis gendered white male (Adam) approximately six days (i.e. 144 hours) after the creation of the Earth itself. We know from the Torah that this creation event itself was around 5700 years ago. Our logical conclusion therefore must be that dinosaurs and white cis-gendered males co-existed.
The androcentric scientific and meta-scientific evidence that the dinosaurs were wiped out by a cataclysmic event (such as a meteor or asteroid strike on Earth) is considered overwhelming and largely uncontroversial. However, new evidence from critical race theory [O/S – to be collected] indicates rather White cis-gendered male oppression is a more likely factor.
The anthropology of feminist sensibility is revolutionary in its omniscience. At the same time, the fragmentation of ‘White-Male’ objectivity is independent in its simplicity [Baker]. The foresight of gender fluidity is quite paradoxical in its romanticism. What clues do these bold assertions hold for the fate of the dinosaurs? Can these in turn be juxtaposed to permit a general “reconciliation” (pace: N’guto) with White cis-gendered Males’ oppression?
If one examines the modernist narrative, one is faced with a choice: either
reject capitalist discourse or conclude that the State is part of the
meaninglessness of art. But if the modernist narrative holds, we have to choose
between subcultural materialism and Sartreist absurdity – neither of which is a satisfactory explanation for the demise of the Tyrannosaurus Rex. Derrida promotes the
use of capitalist discourse to deconstruct the status quo.
In the works of Burroughs, a predominant concept is the distinction between
without and within. In a sense, the main theme of the works of Burroughs is the
economy, and some would say the collapse, of neocultural reality. Sartre
suggests the use of modernist narrative to read and challenge sexual identity. Was the Tyrannosaurus Rex in fact gender queer? One of the myths of modern ‘dinosaur porn’ is that these fearsome creatures were heterosexual. In fact…[to be continued]