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  1. P. -E. Dauzat (2005). Prevarication Over the Sex of Stones: Caillois and Myth (Postscript). Diogenes 52 (4):145-149.
    Anyone who might be surprised to find an issue on the figures of myth and gender appearing under the aegis of the poet of Pierres or Récurrences dérobées can only be referred to his mineral 'mythology', where all possible permutations of the sexes have a place, as in a Mendeleyev table. But Roger Caillois' interest in myths and the notion of gender, which is found in early texts from his youth, crops up unchanged in those from his maturity, such as (...)
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  2. P. -E. Dauzat (2005). The Mythology of Begetting and Sex in the Church Fathers' Writings. Diogenes 52 (4):15-26.
    The intervention of the divine in human history, more precisely the transition from fiction to incarnation that is peculiar to the origins of Christianity, marks a turning-point in our understanding of the genealogical principle. With a Son of Man who is also Son of God and his Mother's Father, there is no paternity and, more generally, no genealogy that is not reversible. To this questioning of elementary kinship structures we should add the contesting of the hitherto accepted distribution of genders (...)
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  3. P. -E. Dauzat & J. C. Gage (1998). Reviews : Norberto Bobbio, De Senectute E Altri Scritti Autobiografici, Turin, Ein Audi 1997, and Autobiografia, Alberto Papuzzi, Ed., Bari, Laterza 1997. Diogenes 46 (182):165-170.
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  4. P. -E. Dauzat & J. C. Gage (1998). Postface: Roger Caillois or Aesthetics According to Sisyphus. Diogenes 46 (183):117-118.
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