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Revista Polis e Psique

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KROEFF, Renata Fischer da Silveira  and  PRUDENTE, Jéssica. Alice and the academic writing paradoxes. Rev. Polis Psique [online]. 2019, vol.9, n.2, pp. 151-170. ISSN 2238-152X.

The text approaches academic writing as an agonistic experience. Fiction discourse is used as a strategy to compose a narrative that aims to delve in truth production modes by means of conjuring affection that transcends the written content. The agonistic experience is discussed by means of three paradoxical problematizations by the character Alice: the informative and personal aspect of writing in constituting production policies, the intertwining between virtuality and the updating of subjectivization processes and the absent-presence of the author on authorship production. An ethical-aesthetical-political approach is woven from the problematization of these elements, leaning on the potency of an experiencing-text to provoke fissures on the production modes of knowledge in the academic scope.

Keywords : academic writing; fiction; paradox; agonistic; subjectivation processes.

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