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Fri Mar 21 17:15:14 2014 UTClccn-n790926100.35Reading Derrida reading Joyce0.470.66L'Écriture et la différence88958529Jacques_Derridan 79092610324892DeridaDerida 1930-2004Derida, Jacques, 1930-2004Deridā, JākaDerida, Žak.Derida, Žak 1930-2004Deridā, Žaks, 1930-2004Deridah, Z'aḳDeridah, Z'ak 1930-2004Derrida, ... 1930-2004Derrida, J.Derrida, J. 1930-2004Derrida, J. (Jacques)Derrida, J. (Jacques), 1930-2004Derrida, JackesDerrida, Jackes 1930-2004Derrida, JacquesDerrida, Jacques, 1930-2004Derrida, Jaques 1930-2004Derrida, Žak 1930-2004Derrida, ZhakDerrida, Zhak 1930-2004Dīrīdā, Ǧāk 1930-2004Dirīdā, JākJacques DerridaNterinta, Zak 1930-2004Terida, Chak'ŭ 1930-2004Terida, J. 1930-2004Деррида, ЖакДеррида, Жак, 1930-2004דרידה, ז׳אק‏דרידה, ז'ק.جاك دريدا، 1930-2004ديريدا، جاك، 1930-2004ジャック・デリダデリダ, Jデリダ, ジャックlccn-n79026812Heidegger, Martin1889-1976dtecrelccn-n78067117Caputo, John D.othivredtlccn-n79065356Foucault, Michel1926-1984lccn-n79139609Lévinas, Emmanueldtelccn-n79021132Nietzsche, Friedrich Wilhelm1844-1900lccn-n80022983Lacan, Jacques1901-1981dtelccn-n79106092Husserl, Edmund1859-1938lccn-n79056824Joyce, James1882-1941lccn-n85000994Bennington, Geoffreytrledtcrelccn-n93109923Wolfreys, Julian1958-edtDerrida, JacquesInterviewsCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyHistoryConference proceedingsDerrida, JacquesDeconstructionCriticismPhilosophyLiterature--PhilosophyFranceLanguage and languages--PhilosophyJoyce, James,ReligionLiterature--Theory, etcAestheticsDifference (Philosophy)PhenomenologyPhilosophersHusserl, Edmund,EthicsIrreligionPhilosophy, FrenchAesthetics, ModernNegativity (Philosophy)Influence (Literary, artistic, etc.)French literatureOulipo (Association)Psychic trauma in literatureArtPsychologyIrelandLiterature and historyPsychoanalysis and literatureLanguage and languagesColonies in literaturePostmodernism (Literature)Lacan, Jacques,Politics and literatureDemocracyHumanities--PhilosophyForgiveness--Religious aspects--ChristianitySubjectivityAuthorship--PhilosophyFoucault, Michel,Barthes, RolandDeconstructivism (Architecture)Political science--PhilosophyPhilosophy, EuropeanConfessiones (Augustine, Saint, Bishop of Hippo)Philosophers, ModernAdorno, Theodor W.,Lévinas, EmmanuelGenerosityResponsibility193020041937196219641965196619671968196919701971197219731974197519761977197819791980198119821983198419851986198719881989199019911992199319941995199619971998199920002001200220032004200520062007200820092010201120122013201424467028627710194B2430.D483ocn406976217ocn468255294ocn797538946ocn407088616ocn440826944ocn417552789ocn465732905ocn797659624ocn799263162ocn801305721ocn001463643ocn440826944ocn568759985ocn636722373ocn630755016ocn461828212ocn185557742ocn465596419ocn417382521ocn185295296ocn760729190ocn724581771ocn186662436ocn443329601ocn443679270ocn446871862ocn676536060ocn444650021ocn447824198ocn445359208ocn056848581ocn441366381ocn442503608ocn442876194ocn443666840ocn441778191ocn780882667ocn444306875ocn440730192ocn780882897ocn439204303ocn450700595ocn408342016ocn151167954ocn801049566ocn801144384ocn468140722ocn312328601ocn807554166ocn797542639ocn439203566ocn452732821ocn467979932ocn824550244ocn464230956ocn468553135ocn586628258ocn470710991ocn442462907ocn443237475ocn441322845ocn447824198ocn496065217ocn315038252ocn075586489ocn185810410ocn699838247ocn315661544ocn299895868ocn844982198ocn839341908ocn658449396ocn694032085ocn767157234ocn658599158ocn658599173ocn691681896ocn181442652ocn199274562ocn075382896ocn045781697ocn830682077ocn624408815ocn685148287ocn762774632ocn762987017ocn225808832191547ocn002331293book19740.50Derrida, JacquesOf grammatologyJacques Derrida's revolutionary theories about deconstruction, phenomenology, psychoanalysis, and structuralism, first voiced in the 1960s, forever changed the face of European and American criticism. The ideas in De la grammatologie sparked lively debates in intellectual circles that included students of literature, philosophy, and the humanities, inspiring these students to ask questions of their disciplines that had previously been considered improper. Thirty years later, the immense influence of Derrida's work is still igniting controversy, thanks in part to Gayatri Spivak's translation, which captures the richness and complexity of the original. This corrected edition adds a new index of the critics and philosophers cited in the text and makes one of contemporary criticism's most indispensable works even more accessible and usable+-+0583036535175573ocn007552845book19720.56Derrida, JacquesDisseminationThe notorious French philosopher, literary critic and film star(!) First translated in 1983, Dissemination contains three of Derrida's most central and seminal works: 'Plato's Pharmacy', 'The Double Session' and 'Dissemination'. The essays provide original readings of philosophy and literature, and present a re-evaluation of the logic of meaning and the function of writing in Western discourse. This is a groundbreaking work on the relationship and interplay between language, literature and philosophy+-+6988961775169961ocn003517132book19780.50Derrida, JacquesWriting and difference"In the 1960s a radical concept emerged from the great French thinker Jacques Derrida. He called the new process 'deconstruction'. Rewriting the ways in which we use language and literature, deconstruction affected every form of intellectual thought, from literary criticism to popular culture. It also criticized the entire tradition of western philosophy, from Plato to Bataille. The academic community was rocked on a scale hitherto unknown, with Writing and Difference attracting both accolades and derision. Whatever the response, deconstruction is here to stay. Read the book that changed the way we think; read Writing and Difference, the classic introduction."--BOOK JACKET+-+0478961775134521ocn030895722book19950.53Derrida, JacquesThe gift of deathCriticism, interpretation, etcDerrida's main concern is with the meaning of moral and ethical responsibility in Western religion and philosophy. He questions the limits of the rational and the responsible that one reaches in granting or accepting death, whether by sacrifice, murder, execution, or suicide. Beginning with a discussion of Patocka's Heretical Essays on the History of Philosophy, Derrida develops Patocka's ideas concerning the sacred and responsibility through comparisons with the works of Heidegger, Levinas, and, finally, Kierkegaard. Derrida's treatment of Kierkegaard makes clear that the two philosophers share some of the same concerns. He then undertakes a careful reading of Kierkegaard's Fear and Trembling, comparing and contrasting his own conception of responsibility with that of Kierkegaard, and extending and deepening his recent accounts of the gift and sacrifice+-+205896177532413267ocn042328569file19980.35Derrida, JacquesThe secret art of Antonin ArtaudCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+1658550305324116931ocn008552927book19720.53Derrida, JacquesMargins of philosophy"In this densely imbricated volume Derrida pursues his devoted, relentless dismantling of the philosophical tradition, the tradition of Plato, Kant, Hegel, Nietzsche, Husserl, Heidegger -- each dealt with in one or more of the essays. There are essays too on linguistics (Saussure, Benveniste, Austin) and on the nature of metaphor ("White Mythology"), the latter with important implications for literary theory. Derrida is fully in control of a dazzling stylistic register in this book -- a source of true illumination for those prepared to follow his arduous path. Bass is a superb translator and annotator. His notes on the multilingual allusions and puns are a great service." -- Alexander Gelley -- Description from (April 11, 2012)+-+5178961775110610ocn721907454file20030.50Derrida, JacquesThe problem of Genesis in Husserl's philosophyHistoryDerrida's first book-length work, The Problem of Genesis in Husserl's Philosophy, was originally written as a dissertation for his diplôme d'études supérieures in 1953 and 1954. Surveying Husserl's major works on phenomenology, Derrida reveals what he sees as an internal tension in Husserl's central notion of genesis, and gives us our first glimpse into the concerns and frustrations that would later lead Derrida to abandon phenomenology and develop his now famous method of deconstruction. For Derrida, the problem of genesis in Husserl's philosophy is that both temporality an+-+0068961775105110ocn015082938book19870.53Derrida, JacquesThe truth in painting"The four essays in this volume constitute Derrida's most explicit and sustained reflection on the art work as pictorial artifact, a reflection partly by way of philosophical aesthetics (Kant, Heidegger), partly by way of a commentary on art works and art scholarship (Van Gogh, Adami, Titus-Carmel). The illustrations are excellent, and the translators, who clearly see their work as both a rendering and a transformation, add yet another dimension to this richly layered composition. Indispensable to collections emphasizing art criticism and aesthetics."--A. Gelley, Library J. (pub. desc+-+997896177510498ocn043477406file19980.35Derrida, JacquesThe Derrida reader writing performancesCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+0332978535104531ocn025833947book19910.63Bennington, GeoffreyJacques DerridaGeoffrey Bennington sets out here to write a systematic account of the thought of Jacques Derrida. Responding to Bennington's text at every turn is Derrida's own excerpts from his life and thought that, appearing at the bottom of each page, resist circumscription. Together these texts, as a dialogue and a contest, constitute a remarkably in-depth, critical introduction to one of the leading philosophers of the twentieth century and, at the same time, demonstrate the illusions inherent in such a project. Bennington's account of Derrida, broader in scope than any previously done, leads the reader through the philosopher's familiar yet still widely misunderstood work on language and writing to the less familiar and altogether more mysterious themes of signature, sexual difference, law, and affirmation. Seeking to escape this systematic rendering - in fact, to prove it impossible - Derrida interweaves Bennington's text with surprising and disruptive "periphrases": reflections on his mother's death agony, commentaries on St. Augustine's Confessions, memories of childhood, remarks on Judaism, and references to his collaborator's efforts. This extraordinary book offers, on the one hand, a clear and compelling account of one of the most difficult and important contemporary thinkers and, on the other, one of that thinker's strangest and most unexpected texts. Far from putting an end to the need to discuss Derrida, Bennington's text might have originally intended or pretended, this dual text opens new dimensions in the philosopher's thought and work and extends its challenge+-+171795177596216ocn000589031book19730.56Derrida, JacquesSpeech and phenomena: and other essays on Husserl's theory of signsAn advocate of the rhetorical approach to the study of language criticizes Husserl's theories based on the logical approach+-+K54056563592532ocn030624184book19940.59Derrida, JacquesSpecters of Marx : the state of the debt, the work of mourning, and the New international"Prodigiously influential, Jacques Derrida gave rise to a comprehensive rethinking of the basic concepts and categories of Western philosophy in the latter part of the twentieth century, with writings central to our understanding of language, meaning, identity, ethics and values. In 1993, a conference was organized around the question, 'Whither Marxism?', and Derrida was invited to open the proceedings. His plenary address, 'Specters of Marx', delivered in two parts, forms the basis of this book. Hotly debated when it was first published, a rapidly changing world and world politics have scarcely dented the relevance of this book." -- Publisher's description+-+009564069592112ocn014818203book19870.53Derrida, JacquesThe post card : from Socrates to Freud and beyondExamines the philosophies of Socrates and Plato, Sigmund Freud's theory of psychoanalysis, and the nature of communication+-+377896177583856ocn000536734book19670.66Derrida, JacquesL'Écriture et la différenceCe qui s'écrit ici différance marque l'étrange mouvement, l'unité irréductiblement impure d'un différer (détour, délai, délégation, division, inégalité, espacement) dont l'économie excède les ressources déclarées du logos classique.C'est ce mouvement qui donne unité aux essais ici enchaînés. Qu'ils questionnent l'écriture littéraire ou le motif structuraliste (dans les champs de la critique, des <<sciences de l'homme>> ou de la philosophie), que par une lecture configurante ils en appellent à Nietzsche ou à Freud, à Husserl ou à Heidegger, à Artaud, Bataille, Blanchot, Foucault, Jabès, Levinas, ils n'ont qu'un lieu d'insistance : le point d'articulation dérobée entre l'écriture et la différence. A peser sur cette articulation, ils tentent de déplacer les deux termes+-+373605575732481819ocn036746373book19970.56Derrida, JacquesPolitics of friendshipOm vores måde at kategorisere hinanden på, politisk, sprogligt og filosofisk og begrænsningerne ved dette+-+288593403681611ocn018832893book19870.59Derrida, JacquesOf spirit : Heidegger and the question+-+346896177581617ocn051093263book20030.50Habermas, JürgenPhilosophy in a time of terror : dialogues with Jürgen Habermas and Jacques DerridaInterviews"The idea for Philosophy in a Time of Terror was born hours after the terrorist attacks on 9/11 and came to realization just weeks later when Giovanna Borradori sat down with Jurgen Habermas and Jacques Derrida, in separate interviews, in New York City. Habermas and Derrida, guided by Borradori, evaluate the significance of the most destructive terrorist attack ever perpetrated. The book marks an unprecedented encounter between two of the most influential thinkers of our age: here for the first time Habermas and Derrida overcome their historical antagonism and agree to appear side by side." "In her introduction, Borradori contends that philosophy has an invaluable contribution to make to the understanding of terrorism. Just as the traumas produced by colonialism, totalitarianism, and the Holocaust wrote the history of the twentieth century, the history of the twenty-first century is already signed by global terrorism. Each dialogue here, accompanied by a critical essay, recognizes the magnitude of this upcoming challenge. Characteristically, Habermas's dialogue is dense, compact, and elegantly traditional. Derrida's, on the other hand, takes the reader on a long, winding, and unpredictable road. Yet unexpected agreements emerge between them: both have a deep suspicion of the concept of "terrorism" and both see the need for a transition from classical international law, premised on the model of nation-states, to a new cosmopolitan order based on continental alliances." "As Derrida and Habermas disassemble and reassemble what we think we know about terrorism, they break from the familiar social and political rhetoric increasingly polarized between good and evil. In this process, we watch two of the greatest philosophical minds at work."--BOOK JACKET+-+491115177581219ocn004591650book19780.59Derrida, JacquesSpurs : Nietzsche's styles = Eperons : les styles de NietzscheCriticism, interpretation, etcDerrida's controversial "deconstructions" of Nietzsche's meaning+-+888896177578722ocn040062174book19960.59Derrida, JacquesReligionConference proceedingsWhat should we make of the return to the sacred evidenced by the new vitality of churches, sects, and religious beliefs in many parts of the world today? What are the boundaries between the essential traits of religion and those of ethics and justice? Is there a 'truth' to religion? This remarkable volume includes reflections on such questions by three of the most important philosophers of our time -- Jacques Derrida, Gianni Vattimo, and Hans-Georg Gadamer. Together with other distinguished thinkers, they address a wide range of questions about the meaning, status, and future prospects of religion. In his meditation on the "return of religion,' entitled 'Faith and Knowledge: The Two Sources of 'Religion' at the Limits of Mere Reason," Derrida addresses the ways in which this return is intrinsically linked to transformations of which the new media are both the carriers and the symptom. Derrida coins this process one of globalatinization. This neologism signals, among other things, the process of a certain universalization of the Roman word or concept of religion, which tends to become hegemonic, as well as a certain performativity discernible in the new media and in contemporary structures of testimony and confession. Examples of this include, Derrida reminds us, not only the phenomenon of televangelism and televisual stagings of the pope's journeys, and not only the portrayal and self-presentation of Islam, but also the fetishization and becoming virtually absolute of the televisual and the multimedial as such. Using Being and Time as a point of reference, Vattimo suggests that religious experience is both an individual experience and a manifestation of a historical rhythm within which religion regularly appears and disappears. A commentary by Gadamer summarizes and enriches the contributions by Derrida and Vattimo+-+423982953572610ocn015018680book19870.53Salusinszky, ImreCriticism in society : interviews with Jacques Derrida, Northrop Frye, Harold Bloom, Geoffrey Hartman, Frank Kermode, Edward Said, Barbara Johnson, Frank Lentricchia, and J. Hillis MillerHistoryInterviews22537ocn035784367book19960.37Derrida, JacquesDeconstruction in a nutshell : a conversation with Jacques DerridaInterviewsThe Roundtable is annotated by John D. Caputo, the David R. Cook Professor of Philosophy at Villanova University, who has supplied cross-references to Derrida's writings, where the reader may find further discussion on these topics. Professor Caputo has also supplied a commentary which elaborates the principal issues raised in the Roundtable+-+3002678735202712ocn044964087file19920.39Critchley, SimonThe ethics of deconstruction Derrida and LevinasHistoryIt is now widely accepted that The Ethics of Deconstruction was the first book to argue for the ethical turn in Derrida's work and to show as powerfully as possible how deconstruction has persuasive ethical consequences that were vital to our thinking through of questions of politics and democracy. Now reissued with three new appendices which restate as well as reflect upon and deepen the book's arguments, The Ethics of Deconstruction is undoubtedly the standard work in the field+-+554680200619975ocn045729911file19970.37Caputo, John DThe prayers and tears of Jacques Derrida religion without religion+-+223687030532417186ocn044954593com19980.37Menke, ChristophThe sovereignty of art aesthetic negativity in Adorno and DerridaHistoryIn this book, Christoph Menke attempts to explain art's sovereign power over reason without falling into an error common to Adorno's negative dialectics and Derrida's deconstruction. The error, which appeared even earlier in romanticism, is to conceive of the sovereignty of art as a reflection of the superiority of its knowledge; but art entails no knowledge, and its negativity toward reason cannot be articulated as an insight into the nature of reason. Rather, art is the medium of an experience that confronts reason from the outside with an insurmountable, never-ending crisis. Art is sovereign not despite, but because of, its autonomy. Its power to subvert reason depends on its separateness from reason. Menke brings to his arguments a firm grounding in both philosophy and literary studies, as well as familiarity with German, French, and American sources+-+659886717532416454ocn047008899com19990.35Roughley, AlanReading Derrida reading JoyceHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+668875863532416342ocn042636852com19990.35The French connections of Jacques DerridaCriticism, interpretation, etcThe French Connections of Jacques Derrida offers stimulating and accessible essays that address, for the first time, the issue of Derrida's relation to French poetics, writing, thought, and culture. In addition to offering considerations of Derrida through studies of such significant French authors as Mallarme, Baudelaire, Valery, Laporte, Ponge, Perec, Blanchot, and Barthes, the book also reassesses the development of Derrida's work in the context of structuralism, biology, and linguistics in the 1960s, and looks at the possible relationships between Derrida's writing and that of the Surrealist and Oulipa groups. Derrida is introduced as one whose work is as much poetic as it is philosophical, and who is strikingly French and yet not unproblematically so+-+368699642515744ocn049569344file19980.37Hobson, MarianJacques Derrida opening linesIn this book, Hobson gives us a thorough and elegant analysis of this controversial and seminal contemporary thinker. This study on the question of language will make illuminating reading for anyone studying or engaged with Derrida's philosophy+-+613286069515697ocn051202908file19990.50Boheemen, Christine vanJoyce, Derrida, Lacan, and the trauma of history reading, narrative and postcolonialismHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcThis book examines the relationship between Joyce's postmodern textuality and the traumatic history of colonialism in Ireland. Joyce's influence on Lacan and Derrida is viewed from a postcolonial perspective. This book brings Joyce's work into dialogue with thinkers such as Zizek, Adorno, Lyotard, as well as feminism and postcolonial theory+-+K18511670515585ocn051103119file20020.50Lawlor, LeonardDerrida and Husserl the basic problem of phenomenologyAnnotation+-+406456807515483ocn045727358com19990.35Kronick, Joseph GDerrida and the future of literatureCriticism, interpretation, etc"Presented here is the fullest account to date of Derrida's unconventional understanding of literature and its importance to the development of a poststructural ethics. Kronick explains why Derrida has had such a great impact upon literary studies, and at the same time, he demonstrates how different Derrida's conception of literature is from the literary critic's. Focusing on such key topics as singularity, justice, law, aporia, and the event, this book explores the unexpected ways literature appears in Derrida's works and is tied to his major concepts."--BOOK JACKET+-+448558030532415085ocn057298364com20010.47Cohen, TomJacques Derrida and the humanities a critical readerThis volume is a trans-disciplinary collection dedicated to Jacques Derrida's work. The assembled contributions constitute an investigation of the role of his work within the field of humanities, present and future+-+252871670515073ocn050174761file20010.35Caputo, John DQuestioning GodConference proceedingsIn 15 insightful essays, Jacques Derrida and an international group of scholars of religion explore postmodern thinking about God and consider the nature of forgiveness in relation to the paradoxes of the gift. Among the themes addressed by contributors are the possibilities of imagining God as unthinkable, imagining God as non-patriarchal, imagining a return to Augustine, and imagining an age in which praise is far more important than narrative. Questioning God moves readers beyond the parameters of meta+-+0213568075145610ocn043477351file19920.47Burke, SeanThe death and return of the author criticism and subjectivity in Barthes, Foucault and DerridaCriticism, interpretation, etc"For the late twentieth century, the death of the author assumed a significance analagous to the death of God one hundred years previously. In this study, Sean Burke both provides the first detailed explanation of anti-authorialism and shows how, even taken on its own terms, the attempt to abolish the author is philosophically untenable. Rather than developing a traditionally humanist defence, Burke effectively out-theorises theory through rigorous readings which demonstrate that the concept of the author remained profoundly active even and especially as its disappearance was being articulated. The question of the author, he argues, is not a question within theory but the question of theory." "Building on a substantially revised second edition, Burke further explores the challenges faced by an authorial theory that is 'still to come'. Prompted by the responses to the passing of Jacques Derrida in 2004, he revisits the enigmatic borderlines between life and work, life and (authorial) death."--Jacket+-+015561392514425ocn042328591file19930.50Wigley, MarkThe architecture of deconstruction Derrida's hauntIn this book Wigley redefines the question of deconstruction and architecture. By locating the architecture already hidden within deconstructive discourse, he opens up more radical possibilities for both architecture and deconstruction, offering a way of rethinking the institution of architecture while using architecture to rethink deconstructive discourse.Wigley relentlessly tracks the tacit argument about architecture embedded within Jacques Derrida's discourse, a curious line of argument that passes through each of the philosopher's texts. He argues that this seemingly tenuous thread actually binds those texts, acting as their source of strength but also their point of greatest weakness. Derrida's work is seen to render architecture at once more complex, uncanny, pervasive, unstable, brutal, enigmatic, and devious, if not insidious, while needing itself to be subjected to an architectural interrogation.Wigley provocatively turns Derrida's reading strategy back on his texts to expose the architectural dimension of their central notions like law, economy, writing, place, domestication, translation, vomit, spacing, laughter, and dance. Along the way he highlights new aspects of the relationship between Heidegger and Derrida, explores the structural role of ornament and the elusive architecture of haunting, while presenting a fascinating account of the institutional politics of architecture+-+998855030532413902ocn051311729file20010.50Rapaport, HermanThe theory mess deconstruction in eclipse+-+606150687532413907ocn065189090file20050.50Caputo, John DAugustine and postmodernism confessions and circumfessionThis volume collects papers and discussion from the third Villanova conference on religion and postmodernism. While studies on and about Augustine as a philosopher abound, few approach his work from a deconstructionist point of view+-+368267807513738ocn560302551com19890.53Silverman, Hugh JDerrida and deconstructionHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcA variety of contemporary philosophers offer an assessment of Derrida's account of the whole range of Western thought, from Plato to Foucault. Includes a comprehensive bibliography of books by and about Jacques Derrida in English+-+K37037857513386ocn646806760file20060.39Powell, JasonJacques Derrida a biographyBiographyAt the time of his death in 2004, Jacques Derrida was arguably the most influential and the most controversial thinker in contemporary philosophy. This title offers a biographical overview of this important philosopher, drawing on Derrida's own accounts of his life, as well as the narratives of friends and colleagues+-+349949173532412983ocn042855762com19900.47Coward, Harold GDerrida and Indian philosophy116516ocn006446753book19810.59Derrida, JacquesPositionsInterviews+-+2744091735+-+0478961775+-+0478961775Fri Mar 21 15:26:03 EDT 2014batch143123