Deconstruction: theory and practice

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Routledge, 1988 - Philosophy - 160 pages
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In this third, revised edition, Norris builds upon his 1991 afterword with an entirely new postscript, reflecting upon recent critical debate. The postscript includes an extensive list of recommended reading, complementing what was already one of the most useful bibliographies available.

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Review: Deconstruction: Theory and Practice (New Accents)

User Review  - Alan Wilkes - Goodreads

After this book, and an introduction in a rhetoric course I took last year, I feel ready to start reading Derrida's work. Nolan does a good job of introducing the basic ideas of a theoretician that ... Read full review

Review: Deconstruction: Theory and Practice (New Accents)

User Review  - AN - Goodreads

A helpful book as an introduction to deconstruction, although far from being efficient. The second and third postscripts reveal the reason why the book requires substantial revision and re-writing ... Read full review


structuralism and New Criticism
language against itself
Derridas critique of philosophy

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