Deconstruction: A Reader

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Martin McQuillan
Taylor & Francis, 2001 - 579 páginas
First published in 2001. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
 

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Five strategies for deconstruction
1
from Capital
47
The meaning of general economy
56
Critique of violence
62
The task of destroying the history of ontology
71
The moment after
80
In praise of water
88
Opening Remarks
97
Gender theory and the Yale School
292
Domestication
301
Recognising the virus
311
What is it oclock? or The door we never enter
321
The French connection
331
from The Wolf Mans Magic Word
340
Remarks on a canny moment
351
Telepathy
361

Deconstruction postmodernism
109
Philosophy as a kind of writing
121
Deconstruction as criticism
126
Genuine Gasché perhaps
134
Black Socrates? Questioning the philosophical
143
Discussions or phrasing After Auschwitz
154
Derridas topographies
161
Autobiography as defacement
171
The phantom review
178
Hamlets dilemma
190
The ghosts of critique and deconstruction
198
Deconstruction is not what you think
217
Violence of architecture
229
Thinking technicity
235
Toward a narcoanalysis
244
Speech acts politically
254
Homoeconopoesis 1
263
Unnecessary introductions
275
The same difference
283
from Prosthesis
370
Marx and Derrida
379
The deconstruction of politics
388
Practical politics of the open end
397
Why do empty signifiers matter in politics?
405
Wholly otherwise
425
The trace of Levinas in Derrida
431
Poststructuralism the ethical relation and the law
443
In the name of
450
What is to be done?
456
In memorium Paul de Man
467
Emmanuel Levinas
476
Gilles Deleuze
485
Open letter to Bill Clinton
493
An interview with Jacques Derrida
527
Jacques Derrida
555
Key publications of contributing authors
562
Index
574
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