denaturalise


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make less natural or unnatural

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strip of the rights and duties of citizenship

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At the same time, queer studies as a distinct approach to the study of gender and sexuality has sought to denaturalise categories of analysis and separate 'the normal (statistically determined) from the normative (morally determined)' (Giffney, 2004, p.
This essay examines the logic of contemporary sovereignty through the lens of recent media discussion on the use of torture and the capacity of the State to denaturalise citizens.
His film is precisely an attempt to denaturalise this process through humour and juxtaposition.
On the other hand, the electronic archive, by allowing the formation of new prosthetic socialities, denaturalises the relationship of memory and the archive, making the (interactive) archive the basis of collective memory, rather than leaving memory as the substrate which guarantees the ethical value of the archive.