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Labyrinths of exemplarity : at the limits of deconstruction

Author: Irene E Harvey
Publisher: Albany : State University of New York Press, ©2002.
Series: SUNY series in contemporary continental philosophy.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Document   Computer File : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Labyrinths of Exemplarity presents the first comprehensive, in-depth study of the problem of exemplarity - or how we move between the general and the particular in order to try to understand our world. The author's focus ranges from the most basic and fundamental issues of what examples are and where they come from to the complex key issues of how examples function in the discourses they inhabit and what this  Read more...
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Named Person: Jean-Jacques Rousseau; Jacques Derrida; Jacques Derrida; Jean-Jacques Rousseau; Jean-Jacques Rousseau; Jacques Derrida; Jean-Jacques Rousseau; Jacques Derrida
Material Type: Document
Document Type: Book, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Irene E Harvey
ISBN: 0791454630 9780791454633 0791454649 9780791454640
OCLC Number: 49225971
Description: x, 281 pages ; 23 cm.
Contents: Preface: Dimensions of Exemplarity --
Introduction: Exemplarity As the Elixir of Thinking --
Threads of Exemplarity --
For Emile --
Emile's "Own" Experience --
Emile's Experience of "The Others" --
For Sophie --
Self-Image As Self-Misunderstanding --
Sophie's Relations to Others --
For Us --
Reading Emile --
Reading Sophie/Women --
Reading Male/Female Relations --
Theories of Exemplarity --
Thematized: Exemplarity in Pedagogy --
For the Tutor --
Rousseau's Method: For Us --
The Unthematized Theories of Exemplarity --
Methodologies --
Within the Thematized: Rousseau's "Theory" and Theories --
Exemplarity and Deconstructibility --
Derrida's Rousseau --
Derrida's Rousseau --
Example, Exemplar, Exemplarity --
Between Use and Usage: The "Lens of Differance" --
Excesses and Exemplarity --
The Rhetorics of Exemplarity --
Theories of Rhetorics and the Places of Example --
Theories of Rhetorics and the Places of Example --
Aristotle's Rhetorical Discourse --
Articulations of Exemplarity: Thematics --
The Rhetorical Discourse of Exemplarity.
Series Title: SUNY series in contemporary continental philosophy.
Responsibility: Irene E. Harvey.

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"Labyrinths of Exemplarity presents the first comprehensive, in-depth study of the problem of exemplarity - or how we move between the general and the particular in order to try to understand our world. The author's focus ranges from the most basic and fundamental issues of what examples are and where they come from to the complex key issues of how examples function in the discourses they inhabit and what this functioning tells us about the nature of examples or exemplarity itself. The problem is treated especially in connection to Rousseau and Aristotle, with reference to deconstruction (especially Derrida) and the range of Western metaphysics. Ultimately, a new theory of examples is offered, one not drawn from the assumptions made by earlier philosophers but rather from the usage and functioning of examples in philosophical discourse."--BOOK JACKET.

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