Derrida for Beginners

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Orient Longman, Jan 1, 2000 - Deconstruction - 185 pages
13 Reviews
The documentary comic books of the For Beginners series deal with complex and serious subjects. They attempt to untimidate and uncomplicate the great ideas and work of great thinkers. The movements and concepts dealt with are placed in their historical, political and intellectual contexts. The books are painstakingly researched, humourouly written and enlivened with classic comic-strip illustrations, photographs, paintings, etc. The range of subjects covered is truly vast and varied Malcom X and the New Age guru Castenanda, Shakespeare and Foucault, Jewish Holocaust and Arab and Israel, Structuralism and Biology.

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Review: Derrida for Beginners (For Beginners)

User Review  - Adam - Goodreads

Derrida is at the heart of the post-modern movement in philosophy and it seemed valuable to get some idea of what his ideas were. In Powell's lucid and clever presentation, it becomes clear that he ... Read full review

Review: Derrida for Beginners (For Beginners)

User Review  - Lucas - Goodreads

If you are reading this review, it may very well be too late, however I had a much easier time understanding Deconstructionalism from this book than the "Deconstruction for Beginners" of the same series. Essentially easy to read, but it still required full rapt attention. Read full review

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