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Reading Derrida

Reading Derrida's Of Grammatology by Sean Gaston, Ian MacLachlan

Reading Derrida's Of Grammatology

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Reading Derrida's Of Grammatology Sean Gaston, Ian MacLachlan ebook
Publisher: Continuum
Page: 273
ISBN: 144115275X, 9781441152756
Format: pdf

Listened to Joy Division live at Paradiso, Amsterdam (11 January 1980) while reading select bits from Derrida's Of Grammatology. Derrida's suggestions for “how to read” lead to a new vision of ethics and a new concept of responsibility. I can still vaguely remember when you came into the library of the BSR, insisting that Derrida's book on Grammatology was a work without which no self-respecting academic library could do. But I'm a bit puzzled: what exactly were the "outcomes" of which you had too few all that time ago? Tim Weakley said Many congratulations! And Gayatri Spivak's 'Translator's Preface' to Of Grammatology is definitely worth a read, since she often puts things more clearly than Derrida himself, as well as being very interesting in her own right. Begin with this notion: what if you read Jacques Derrida's Of Grammatology as a book review? Reply January 01, 2012 at 04:22 AM. Happy New Birthday Year to you. Derrida published three books in 1967-Speech and Phenomena; Of Grammatology; and Writing and Difference, which outline the deconstructive approach to reading texts. When I started reading On Grammatology, I took a copy of Spivak's translation out of the library with it in case Derrida really proved unreadable. Derrida performs a deconstructive reading of Austin, via Corneille and Husserl, highlighting the exclusion of particular speech acts on the basis of a characteristic (paracitism, citationality) which turns out to exemplify communication in . Jacques Derrida's Of Grammatology It is probably easier to understand deconstruction while reading Derrida's essays, because he uses the method differently in each case; he does not spell it out explicitly like a formula. Of Dating and Derrida: Jeffrey Eugenides's Marriage Plot. Derrida is not an easy read by any means. In order to help me understand the theory, I read “Semiology and Grammatology” by Jacques Derrida. Posted on | November 3, 2011 | 4 Comments I'm taking this course because I read Of Grammatology last summer and it blew my mind. In Derrida's reading, Western philosophers' preoccupation with first principles, a determination to capture reality, truth, “presence,”—what he called in reference to the phenomenologist Edmund Husserl “the thing itself”—was doomed. Hey, does anyone have a full electronic copy of that book?

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