Deconstruction Is/In America: A New Sense of the Political
What impact has deconstruction had on the way we read American culture? And how is American culture itself peculiarly deconstructive?
To address these questions, this volume brings together some of the most provocative thinkers associated with deconstruction, among them Jacques Derrida, Judith Butler, and Avital Ronnel. Ranging across a wide field, from the ethics of reading to the rhetoric of performance, the contributors offer provocative insights into a new sense of the political. The America of the volume's title turns out to be the place where the politics and poetics of responsibility meet. It is also the place where we confront the tension between difference and profound otherness.
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Presentness and the BeingOnlyOnce
Injurious Speech Judith Butler
Republic Rhetoric and Sexual Difference
The Test Drive
Ghost Writing Derek Attridge
At the Planchette of Deconstruction isin America
Jaded in America David Wills
Writing Resistances Elisabeth Weber