Encountering Derrida: legacies and futures of deconstruction
Encountering Derrida explores the points of engagement between Jacques Derrida and other European thinkers who have argued that the era of deconstruction is finally drawing to a close. This book asks whether Derrida has been superseded by a more modern group of thinkers who seek to challenge deconstruction's various conceptions of language, philosophy, metaphysics, ethics, difference and the future.
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