Writing and Difference
In the 1960s a radical concept emerged from the great French thinker Jacques Derrida. He called the new process deconstruction. Rewriting the ways in which we use language and literature, deconstruction affected every form of intellectual thought, from literary criticism to popular culture. It also criticized the entire tradition of Western philosophy, from Plato to Bataille."
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What a slog! This is a series of essays deconstructing other writers. Unless you're intimately familiar with these other writings, the allusions probably won't make much sense. Even if you have ... Read full review
I liked very much this book. It is smart, intuitive, helpful to understand the mode of intellect operations in free associations. It gives basses to skill an alert thinking which is not stocked in classical reason. It helps to open boundaries of logic which are always in strive to reshape the world.