Creator or Owner?

The creative ownership as expressed in Foucault's ideas
that each text possesses a set of specific discourse is
useful in that it provides readers with a structure to assist
them in the understanding of the ideas within a text.

This, however, did not mean that the plurality of ideas in
Barthes' views of the readerly text conflicts with that of

Instead, the ideas are at least compatible, if not complimentary.
The following and understanding of a discourse in a text
should be a precursor to the free-for-all plurality of Barthes.
Understanding a discourse within a text helps one connect
and associate other discourse to it.

The connection of different discourses to a text, in turn,
destroys the hierarchical nature of ideas within and text and
help us arrive at a synthesis between Barthes' and Foucault's