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)

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If there's one thing I've learned from this book it's that, if you want to understand Derrida and Co., you can't rely on a single primer. Not that this a bad book. It shows that deconstruction can be ... Read full review

Review: Deconstruction: Theory and Practice (New Accents)

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If there's one thing I've learned from this book it's that, if you want to understand Derrida and Co., you can't rely on a single primer. Not that this a bad book. It shows that deconstruction can be ... Read full review

Contents

structuralism and New Criticism
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language against itself
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Derridas critique of philosophy
42
Copyright

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