Derrida and Phenomenology by Rudolf Bernet (auth.), William R. McKenna, J. Claude Evans

By Rudolf Bernet (auth.), William R. McKenna, J. Claude Evans (eds.)

Derrida and Phenomenology is a set of essays through numerous authors, completely dedicated to Jacques Derrida's writing on Edmund Husserl's phenomenology. It supplies a variety of reactions to these writings, either serious and supportive, and comprises many in-depth stories.
Audience: Communicates new reviews of Derrida's critique of Husserl to these accustomed to the problems: experts in phenomenology, deconstruction, the philosophies of Derrida and Husserl. additionally features a bibliography of modern suitable literature.

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And indication, whose function is not a matter of insight, falls outside the truth . This would be a dramatic result, one worthy of the goals of deconstruction. But it is completely dependent on the series of misreadings we have noted . Nothing that Derrida writes indicates, much less proves, that this result can be derived from a serious reading of Husserl's text. llI.

Repeatability of the ideal is possible " . in the identity of its presence because of the very fact that it does not exist, is not real or 4 "MP" refers to the English edition of 1. Derrida, Margins ofPhilosophy, translated by Alan Bass , (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1982). 5 " (J' refers to the English edition of1. Derrida, OfGrammatology, translated by Gayatri C. Spivak, (Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins Press, 1976). 28 DALLAS WILLARD is irreal-not in the sense of being a fiction, but in another sense, .

It is at this point that his work most radically departs from phenomenology as Husserl so carefully developed it. A few things like signifier and signified, voice, differance and presence do not an analysis of the act of consciousness or language make. Rather, when that alone is offered, we should suspect that, instead of description of how things are, we are receiving von oben the results of an a priori ontological framework. This is rendered no less unhelpful, to me, if! am told that "the living presence" and its "movement" cannot be analyzed in terms of attributes.

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