CONTINENTAL PHILOSOPHY II

DERRIDA AND DECONSTRUCTION

Edited, with an Introduction, by Hugh J. Silverman
Routledge, 1989

 


 

 

 

Table of Contents

Introduction HUGH J. SILVERMAN
PLATO Plato's Pharmakon: between two repetitions
WALTER BROGAN
ECKHART

Mysticism and transgression: Derrida and Meister Eckhart
JOHN D. CAPUTO

DESCARTES Derrida and Descartes: economizing thought
DALIA JUDOVITZ
KANT Derrida, Kant, and the performance of parergonality
IRENE E. HARVEY
HEGEL

Hegel, Derrida, and the sign
DEBORAH CHAFFIN

NIETZSCHE Drawing: (an) affecting Nietzsche: with Derrida
RUBEN BEREZDIVIN
FREUD Ca cloche
SARAH KOFMAN
HUSSERL On Derrida's Introduction' to Husserl's ORIGIN OF GEOMETRY
RUDOLF BERNET
HEIDEGGER Derrida, Heidegger, and the time of the line
HUGH J. SILVERMAN
SARTRE Derrida and Sartre: Hegel's death knell
CHRISTINA M. HOWELLS
LEVINAS Derrida, Levinas and violence
EDITH WYSCHOGROD
FOUCAULT Derrida and Foucault: madness and writing
BERNARD FLYNN

NOTES

 
BIBLIOGRAPHY        

HELENE VOLAT

CONTRIBUTORS

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KOREAN TRANSLATION OF

DERRIDA AND DECONSTRUCTION

Translated by Ho-Bye Yoon

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