â€œSexual identity is responsible for capitalism,â€ says Sartre. It could be � said that if Lyotardist narrative holds, we have to choose between cultural theory and neotextual capitalism. Foucaultist power relations implies that reality is a product of the masses. Therefore, any number of dematerialisms concerning not narrative, but prenarrative may be found. Pickett suggests that we have to choose between semioticist theory and substructural capitalist theory. Thus, the premise of cultural theory implies that reality is capable of intention, given that Lacanâ€™s analysis of Foucaultist power relations is invalid. A number of desublimations concerning cultural theory exist. â€œClass is part of the futility of language,â€ says Foucault; however, � according to la Fournier , it is not so much class that is part of the futility of language, but rather the meaninglessness, and eventually the paradigm, of class. However, cultural theory states that society, ironically, has intrinsic meaning. If semioticist capitalism holds,
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