incoherent discourse

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If we are to avoid truly ugly political outcomes, it is time to jettison incoherent discourse on the subject, and approach the term with some degree of honesty in order to point it out where it exists and prevent it from growing.
In general, Benson conceives of Montaigne as the speaker of a willfully incoherent discourse that resisted the demand for coherent narrative being imposed on the unruly countryside: in the witchhunt, for example, women accused of sorcery were required to produce a story that agreed with proto-modernist preoccupations with narrative coherence.