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  1. The Cambridge Introduction to Jacques Derrida (Cambridge Introductions to Literature) by Leslie Hill, 2007-12-03
  2. Memoirs of the Blind: The Self-Portrait and Other Ruins by Jacques Derrida, 1993-10-01
  3. On the Name (Meridian: Crossing Aesthetics) by Jacques Derrida, 1995-08-01
  4. Derrida Reframed: Interpreting Key Thinkers for the Arts (Contemporary Thinkers Reframed) by K. Malcolm Richards, 2008-09-15
  5. Monolingualism of the Other: or, The Prosthesis of Origin (Cultural Memory in the Present) by Jacques Derrida, 1998-08-01
  6. Resistances of Psychoanalysis (Meridian: Crossing Aesthetics) by Jacques Derrida, 1998-07-01
  7. Eyes of the University: Right to Philosophy 2 (Meridian: Crossing Aesthetics) by Jacques Derrida, 2004-09-02
  8. Who's Afraid of Philosophy?: Right to Philosophy 1 (Meridian: Crossing Aesthetics) by Jacques Derrida, 2002-03-17
  9. Glas by Jacques Derrida, 1990-01-01
  10. Points...: Interviews, 1974-1994 (Meridian: Crossing Aesthetics) by Jacques Derrida, 1995-02-01
  11. Veils (Cultural Memory in the Present) by Helene Cixous, Jacques Derrida, 2002-09-01
  12. Starting with Derrida by Sean Gaston, 2008-01-22
  13. The Other Heading: Reflections on Today's Europe (Studies in Continental Thought) by Jacques Derrida, 1992-06-01
  14. Limited Inc by Jacques Derrida, 1988-01-01

81. Bienvenue Chez Jacques Derrida
Vie et oeuvre de ce philosophe textes, conf rences, liens et associations.

82. Derrida, Jacques Derrida: Information From
Derrida , Jacques Derrida French philosopher and critic; exponent of deconstructionism (born in

83. Cards
A site inspired by Jacques Derrida s Post Card and Deleuze s rhizomes.
Lyman Gilmore
was he the first to fly
before the Wright Brothersor not?
The personal correspondence of Lyman Gilmore
from September 1918 -1919.
Diana Yoshida
Aaron Jason
A ten day odyssey on the road
from New York City to San Francisco with AJ and Lamar Quotes From Ovid to Dickinson to Derrida Jacques Derrida: The Post Card But you have not yet received it. Yes, its lack or excess of address prepares it to fall into all hands: a post card, an open letter in which the secret appears, but indecipherably. E-mail address: What is your name? Thank you for visiting 101: one zero one. We hope you had time to read some of our magazine and will come back again. We welcome comments about onezeroone. Please use the form below. Thesis Versioning Elvis Amicorum ... Rhizome

84. Jacques Derrida 1930-2004
The University of Chicago Press, the primary publisher of ths French philosopher in English, presents essays and excerpts in remembrance.

85. Jacques Derrida - I'll Have To Wander All Alone
Text of the work by Derrida, translated by David Kammerman and published in Tympanum.

86. From Spectres Of Marx, By Jacques Derrida
Excerpt from Derrida s 1994 work in which he considers ideology and Marx.
Jacques Derrida 1994
From Spectres of Marx
What is Ideology?
Source , translated by Peggy Kamuf, Routledge 1994 What is ideology? Can one translate with regard to it the logic of surviving that we have just glimpsed with regard to the patrimony of the idol, and what would be the interest of such an operation? The treatment of the phantomatic in The German Ideology announces or confirms the absolute privilege that Marx always grants to religion, to ideology as religion, mysticism, or theology, in his analysis of ideology in general. If the ghost gives its form, that is to say, its body, to the ideologem, then it is the essential feature [ le propre ], so to speak, of the religious, according to Marx, that is missed when one effaces the semantics or the lexicon of the spectre, as translations often do, with values deemed to be more or less equivalent (fantasmagorical, hallucinatory, fantastic, imaginary, and so on). The mystical character of the fetish, in the mark it leaves on the experience of the religious, is first of all a ghostly character. Well beyond a convenient mode of presentation in Marx's rhetoric or pedagogy, what seems to be at stake is, on the one hand

87. Speech And Writing According To Hegel
Excerpt from Jacques Derrida s 1971 consideration of Hegel.
Jacques Derrida 1971
Speech and writing according to Hegel
Source G W F Hegel, Critical Assessments , edited by Robert Stern, Routledge 1993
Introduction to Hegel's semiology
Since real difference belongs to the extremes, this mean ( Mitte ) is but an abstract neutrality, their real possibility, the as it were theoretical element of the existence, process, and results of chemical objects. In the corporeal element water has this function of being medium; in the spiritual element, in so far as there is an analogon of such a relationship in it, we must seek this function on the side of signs in general, and more precisely ( ) in language. [ Science of Logic In the Encyclopaedia (§ 458) Hegel regrets that in general 'signs and language are introduced as an appendix in psychology, or even in logic, without any reflection on their necessity and their enchainment in the system of the activity of the understanding'. For the moment let us see here the indication or the incitation to recognise that the essential place of semiology is at the centre, not on the margin or as an appendix to Logic. In determining Being as presence (presence of the present being [ ] in the form of an object, or self-presence of the present being in the form of self-consciousness), metaphysics could only consider the

88. Presidential Lectures: Jacques Derrida: Interviews
Seven interviews, extracted from Points Interviews, 1974-1994. Stanford University Press, 1995.
How Derrida Reads Derrida
Birth and Intellectual Development Derridean Method The 'Derrida Affair' at Cambridge University ... "To Experience the Future and Welcome the Monster"
"Passages - from Traumatism to Promise", in Elizabeth Weber, ed.:
Points...:Interviews 1974-1994 , Stanford University Press 1995, 385-387
(links to an outside Web site) Applied Derrida
(links to an outside Web site) The following interviews were extracted from Points...: Interviews, 1974-1994. Stanford University Press, 1995. How Derrida Reads Derrida
from "Unsealing ('the old new language')" pp. 115-117
Q.: "An interview with Derrida? At last maybe we're going to understand something about him!" That's what some people said when I announced I was preparing this work with you. It is said your texts are difficult, on the limit of readability. Some potential readers are discouraged in advance by this reputation. How do you live with that? Is it an effect you are seeking to produce or, on the contrary, do you suffer from it?

89. Derrida
Excerpt from this memorial of Louis Marin. Translated by Pascale-Anne Brault and Michael Naas.
Winter 1996
Volume 22, Number 2 Excerpt from
By Force of Mourning
by Jacques Derrida, trans. by Pascale-Anne Brault and Michael Naas Who could ever speak of the work of Louis Marin? Who would already know how to speak of the works of Louis Marin and of all the work that bore them, a work without measure? Work: that which makes for a work, for an oeuvre, indeed that which worksand works to open: opus and opening, oeuvre and overture: the work or labor of the oeuvre insofar as it engenders, produces, and brings to light, but also labor or travail as suffering, as the enduring of force, as the pain of the one who gives. Of the one who gives birth, who brings to the light of day and gives something to be seen, who enables or empowers, who gives the force to know and to be able to seeand all these are powers of the image, the pain of what is given and of the one who takes the pains to help us see, read, and think. Who could ever speak of all the work and works of Louis Marin? As for this workbut what does one do when one works? When one works on work, on the work of mourning, when one works at the work of mourning, one is already, yes, already

90. Matthias Schöning - Gesten Der Interpretation, Gadamer, Derrida
Ein Aufsatz ber die kontroversen Positionen von Gadamer und Derrida von Matthias Sch ning.
gestik Matthias Schöning
Gesten der Interpretation, Gadamer und Derrida
Für die Form der Lektüre spielen selbstverständlich auch weiterhin die Art und Weise der Gegenstandskonstitution, etwa die unterschiedliche Gewichtung der Funktionsstellen literarischer Kommunikation, nämlich Autor, Text und Leser und ihre Einbettung in spezifische Umwelten, eine entscheidende Rolle. Es macht weiterhin einen Unterschied, ob man Texte als Effekte eines letztlich autorlosen Diskurses begreift oder Autorschaft als Werkherrschaft versteht. Auch ließe sich noch immer diskutieren, ob der Text dem Leser Fragen aufgibt (Gadamer) oder ob der Leser seine Fragen an den Text heranträgt (Jauß 1982: 363ff; insb. 375; vgl. auch Gadamers kurze Antwort in Gadamer 1986: 13f.).
All diese Differenzierungen, die die literaturtheoretischen Debatten der zurückliegenden Jahrzehnte beschäftigt haben sind bekannt und haben die ihnen gebührende Aufmerksamkeit längst erfahren. Sie ließen sich heute vermutlich problemlos klassifizieren und mit Beispielen belegen. (Dagegen, Derrida 1986: 7ff.) Doch damit möchte ich Sie nicht langweilen, zumal es einen interessanten, weil folgenreichen Punkt gibt, über den ein gewisser, nur z.T. eingestandener Konsens besteht: nämlich hinsichtlich der relativen Kreativität jeder Interpretation.
Selbst wenn man mit Gadamer an der hermeneutischen Grundüberzeugung festhielte, dass in der Fraglichkeit der Frage, die den Leser zur Interpretation motiviert, zu allererst jene vorgängige Frage aktualisiert wird, die schon den der Interpretation vorliegenden Text, gewissermaßen als Antwort auf sie, seinerseits motiviert hatte (vgl. Waldenfels 1994: 125ff.), dass also m.a.W. jede Interpretation in einem Fraglichkeitskontinuum steht, das Text und Interpretation in einen von einer ursprünglichen Frage ausgehenden und unüberschreitbaren Horizont einspannt: selbst diese Überzeugung also in Rechnung gestellt, determiniert und ohne Spielraum sind die Folgefragen und mit ihnen die Interpretation dennoch nicht.

91. Inhaltsverzeichnis Nr. 3, März 2001 (3. Jahrgang)
Eine Ausgabe des Rezensionsforums von 2001 mit einem Schwerpunkt zu Jacques Derrida. Neben einer ausf hrlichen einf hrenden Skizze von Axel Schmitt werden einige neuere Werke Derridas besprochen.

92. Jacques Derrida - Suhrkamp Insel Autoren Autorendetail
Tabellarische Biographie und Bibliographie (mit Kurzvorstellungen der B cher) vom Suhrkamp-Verlag.

93. Jacques Derrida, Penseur De L V Nement
Entretien avec le philosophe r alis par J r me-Alexandre Nielsberg dans le quotidien l Humanit .

94. La Langue De L'étranger, Par Jacques Derrida (Le Monde Diplomatique)
Discours du philosophe lors de la r ception du prix Theodor-W.-Adorno de la ville de Francfort le 22 septembre 2001. Dans le mensuel le Monde Diplomatique.
  • Le mensuel Publications Sur le site Boutique ... Janvier 2002
    Par Jacques Derrida Madame le Maire, Monsieur le Consul général, cher Professeur Waldenfels, chers Collègues, chers Amis, mondialisation, nous nous trouvons en effet au bord de guerres qui sont moins que jamais, depuis le 11 septembre, sûres de leur langue, de leur sens et de leur nom. ) un jour, une nuit, rêva, lui, en français . Il la confia en français Et il traduit : Rêve-t-on toujours dans son lit, et la nuit ? Est-on responsable de ses rêves ? Peut-on en répondre ? Supposez que je rêve. Mon rêve serait heureux, comme celui de Benjamin. unheimlich comme si trahir le sommeil ? négative, non mais oui, peut-être parfois . Ils diraient oui, peut-être parfois Quant à cette lucidité, cette lumière, cette Aufklärung (beschädigt) (Makel) négativité que la philosophie opposerait au rêve, ce serait une blessure dont les plus beaux rêves portent à jamais la cicatrice. Un passage de Minima Moralia (beschädigt) (Schein) au regard de la réalité effective (Wirklichkeit) . Or le mot dont Adorno se sert alors pour dire cette blessure

95. Idixa - Art, Pensée, Philosophie - La Demeure De L'Orloeuvre
Propose des cheminements dans la philosophie contemporaine et les th ories de l art partir de propositions issues de l oeuvre de Jacques Derrida compar es celle d autres penseurs dont Lacan.
Projet Derrida Art Auteurs ... L'Orloeuvre
Le projet Idixa applique un dispositif plan du site esprit du site sous ses propres contraintes. Ce qu'il en reste page de garde Qylal Idixa INPI 07 3 547 007 NOEUDS DU SITE : Les mots de Jacques Derrida : l' acquiescement (le oui), l' alliance , l' archive , l' art (l'oeuvre et aussi le beau, incidemment), Artaud audition , l' auto-affection , sur sa vie (biographie, autobiographie , l' autre , l' , la bouche , la Cabale , sa , le , la circoncision , le commencement conjuration Contemporain ), la , le , le dessin , le deuil Dieu , la , le discours , la , le don , le double droit de regard , l' , l' effacement (le retrait), notre (le Contemporain), l' espacement , l' , l' , l' exappropriation (le propre), l'

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