|Series||New accents (Routledge (Firm)|
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|Pagination||xiii, 160 p.|
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Martin McQuillan has complied groups of related essays that illuminate the often dark and mysterious topic of deconstruction. While not for the faint of heart, Deconstruction: A Reader begins with an introduction by McQuillan which is one of the best overviews of deconstuction 5/5(2). Books shelved as derrida-and-deconstruction: Spurs: Nietzsche's Styles/Éperons: Les Styles de Nietzsche by Jacques Derrida, Speech and Phenomena and Othe Home My Books. deconstruction, in linguistics, philosophy, and literary theory, the exposure and undermining of the metaphysical assumptions involved in systematic attempts to ground knowledge, especially in academic disciplines such as structuralism and semiotics. The term "deconstruction" was coined by French philosopher Jacques Derrida in the s. In general, deconstruction is a . Deconstruction and Philosophy: The Texts of Jacques Derrida First Thus Edition by John Sallis (Editor)/5(2).
Deconstruction and Criticism. Five essential and challenging essays by leading post-modern theorists on the art and nature of interpretation: Jacques Derrida, Harold Bloom, Geoffrey Hartman, Paul de Man, and J. Hillis Miller/5. Playing with Books: The Art of Upcycling, Deconstructing, and Reimagining the Book [Thompson, Jason] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Playing with Books: The Art of Upcycling, Deconstructing, and Reimagining the BookCited by: 1. Deconstruction is a mode of reading that can be useful to point out the undecidabilities of any text, including the literary text. Undecidabilities are the moments of a text when it is impossible. This chapter offers an overview of Jacques Derrida’s contributions to philosophy and related disciplines. Following a brief biographical résumé, the chapter provides an overview of some of the central ideas running through Derrida’s philosophy of.
Now you can get the entire Deconstruction Series in one complete edition. All six books for less than half of the price. Run. Hide. Fight. Four families are left with an impossible decision when forced to face their own mortality/5. Deconstruction, form of philosophical and literary analysis, derived mainly from work begun in the s by the French philosopher Jacques Derrida, that questions the fundamental conceptual distinctions, or “oppositions,” in Western philosophy through a close examination of the language and logic of philosophical and literary texts. In the s the term was applied to work by . Deconstructed Books Lesson Plan. There's more to "deconstructing" a book than just altering the pages. In this project, deconstructing means changing the object from a book to a sculpture. Deconstruction is an apparent revolution against all the literary theories before itself which vouch for a unity in the literary texts. It seeks to find the differences, contradictions, paradoxes, ambiguity and disintegration (in short, loopholes) in the text. Deconstruction basically aims at proving that a literary text is not certainly.