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|Named Person:||Jacques Derrida; Jacques Derrida; Jacques Derrida|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
K C Baral; R Radhakrishnan
|Description:||vi, 361 pages ; 23 cm|
|Contents:||Acknowledgements Introduction Kailash C. Baral 1 Jacques Derrida's Legacy: Democracy to Come Fred Dallmayr 2 Quoting Time: Notes on Derrida's 'Ousia et Gramme' Bernard Sharratt 3 Platonism, Spinoza and the History of Deconstruction Gordon Hull 4 'Sociology over Philosophy'? 'Artificial Paradoxes'? Derrida and Bourdieu, Ethical Subjectivity and the Gift Jon Baldwin 5 Before and After Glas: Approximations to the Cognitio Vespertina Silvano Facioni 6 Perhaps the Impossible, therefore, Will have been Necessary: Reflections before Friendship Peter Zeillinger 7 Cosmopolitanism after Derrida: City, Signature and Sovereignty Puspa Damai 8 The Generation of the I Gianfranco Dalmasso 9 Derrida and Religious Reflection in the Continental Tradition Eric Boynton 10 On Following without Following: Deconstructing a Notion of Faithfulness in Church Practice Natalie Roberts 11 Derrida's Deconstruction of Logocentrism: Implications for Trauma Studies Julie Elaine Goodspeed-Chadwick 12 Is Translation a Mode? R. Radhakrishnan 13 Derrida Elsewhere: A Mnemocultural Dispersal D. Venkat Rao Notes on Contributors Index|
|Responsibility:||edited by Kailash Baral, R. Radhakrishnan.|
Examining Jacques Derrida's thought by way of theory and praxis, this volume reflects on his legacy and the future of theory. It asks whether we should dismiss Derrida as a thinker who espoused an extreme form of relativism, bordering on nihilism, or has he something fundamental to contribute to the future of theory.
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