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View Synopsis. Fuchs series Phaenomenologica Choose Store. Or, get it for Kobo Super Points! A very important essay.
The account of phenomenogy that Derrida offers here is absolutely relevant today, as so many people try to reinvent as "mindfulness" or "eliminative reductionism" or under a host of other banners the same project, with the same aporias, that Derrida is analyzing here.
The critique of the "metaphysics of presence" is worth revisiting, as most people seem to have conveniently forgotten it, or refused to undersand it in the first place. A key text in the history of philoso A very important essay. A key text in the history of philosophy perhaps, but definitely in 20th century thought. David Allison's translation is particularly good. Would've been more interesting if it really confronted Husserlian theory, but his interpretation is off the mark - and surprisingly naturalistic too in its constant repetition of metaphysical problems of the inside and outside, of the one and the other.
That said, like most other books of Derrida this does read like THE inauguration of deconstructive theory; 'all his fundamental concepts are explained here' bla bla bla. That just might be the case, but Of Grammatology is a lot funnier.
Jan 13, Adam rated it did not like it Shelves: present , literaryandcriticaltheory , continental-philosophy. The famous essay "Differance" produced my one encounter with Derrida that was pleasurable and intellectually stimulating Everything else is pretty worthless. Dec 24, Jesse rated it it was amazing Shelves: own , philosophy. Despite there being passages I didn't fully comprehend being largely unfamiliar with Husserl's work as much as I did with Of Grammatology , I thoroughly enjoyed this especially Derrida's explications of "differance" and will be moving on to another Derrida.
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View 1 comment. Feb 08, David Markwell rated it it was amazing. This is one of the greatest philosophy books ever written.
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Derrida through readings of Husserl on signs and signifiers turns everything you think about reading on its head. Metaphysics, presence and the written word are taken to task. Limiti Mi arrendo, sono inguaribilmente ottusa.