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Others too have addressed the same issue. Derrida’s reading of Western philosophical tradition is that it is marked by a foundational violence which seeks to reduce the Other to the status of the addressee. Butler has expressed something similar in relation to the modernist project: ‘in order to make the whole appear Rational, the contradictory stories of others must be erased, devalued, suppressed. Any appearance of unity presupposes and requires a prior act of violence’ (Butler, 1993:37). How to establish forms of knowledge and types of relationship that do not simply turn the Other into the same?
I remarked. ‘That’s another thing we’ve learned from your Nation,’ said Mein Herr, ‘mapmaking. But we’ve carried it much further than you. ’ exclaimed Mein Herr. ‘We very soon got to six yards to the mile. Then we tried a hundred yards to the mile. And then came the grandest idea of all! ’ I enquired. ‘It has never been spread out, yet,’ said Mein Herr: ‘the farmers objected: they said it would cover the whole country, and shut out sunlight! ’ (Carroll, 1893, 1973 edition: 556–7) Not only do these abstract maps drawn from theories of child development make us loose sight of what is really taking place in the everyday lives of children and pedagogues, since reality is more complex, contextualized and perspectival than the maps we draw, the descriptions we make and the categories we use (hence the ‘crisis of representation’), but they can easily objectify children and ourselves as pedagogues and researchers.
This form of disciplinary power is not a confrontation between two adversaries involving direct force, but is a matter of steering or guiding the subject to a desired end preferably without their awareness of what is happening: ‘with both governance and disciplines, the goal is to persuade groups of individuals to behave in a certain way without provoking them into 30 BEYOND QUALITY IN EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION thinking critically about what they are being asked to do’ (emphasis added) (Ransom, 1997:30– 1).