Applied Grammatology: Post(e)-Pedagogy from Jacques Derrida to Joseph Beuys
"Applied Grammatology offers a full, rigorous, and perceptive reading of my published work, from the earliest to the most recent. Gregory Ulmer's interpretation is at once subtle, faithful, and educational, and would be of immense use for this alone. It is, moreover, an original and path-breaking book whether discussing new art forms or the transformation of the pedagogical scene... I read this book with recognition and admiration."--Jacques Derrida.
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