Derrida and Différance
David Wood, Robert Bernasconi
Northwestern University Press, 1988 - Philosophy - 98 pages
A collection of six essays by British and American philosophers, Derrida and Diff rance represents recent appropriations of Derrida's thought at the Warwick Workshops on Continental Philosophy. With an introductory letter by and interview with Derrida, Derrida and Diff rance focuses on the celebrated term "diff rance," a neologism devised by Derrida to denote the influence of differentiation in the structuring of all signification.
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