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    I wasn t going to add this to the shelves, because I don t really have any intention of reading it any time soon, especially because I m not at all in any way prepared to read Derrida Fine But then I saw it was on that Pompous Books to Read in Public listopia and well, if there s anything that s gonna make me add a book it s to spite that fuckin Pompous Books to Read in Public list, which in and of itself is a pompous list Any case, look what s on there Thucydides Mrs Dalloway Little Fucking Dorrit by Charles Dickens Chekhov Rilke Musil Valeria Luiselli Tolstoy and Dostoevsky for fuck s sake Paradise Lost Motherfuckin Madame Bovary is pompous Solzhenitsyn WEB Du Bois Rebecca West Goddamn Homer These are pompous hipster reads I am truly baffled Anyway, I won t be reading Margins of Philosophy in the near future, but fuck you, PBTRIP list.

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    Contains one of the two most important writings by Derrida, White Mythology this essay is a little less accessible than Plato s Pharmacy from the book Dissemination, but still fairly clear.Requires a bit of reading on Aristotle, but fairly accessible parts.The notion is that philosophy is really a kind of mythology that has been bleached of its context and so becomes pure This essay has an extended discussion of metaphor and how metaphors play in philosophical texts The goal is to show that philosophy, while aiming at truth, uses metaphor in the extreme to not only attempt to strip language of context and therefore contextual meaning but by doing so to create its own mythology or truth totally devoid of context.The essay is a very effective criticism of any ability to provide philosophical truth and a strong criticism of Western philosophy, at least up to Kant The essay questions our ability to do philosophy at all and yet shows how everything we do is embedded in metaphor.

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    Derrida s essay on differance is, in my opinion, his single greatest acheivement The way that he addresses the ontological differance and follows the trace even to that original genesis is truly something to behold This is not the place to start for Derrida, but if you are interested in Derrida and Heidegger, this is the place to go.

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    Marvelous Jackie is incredible I wish I could read with the same delicacy and penetration

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    Margins organizes itself in large part around the idea of the metaphorical consistency of metaphysical thinking as a repetition of physics metaphysics metaphorically uses physis to give itself consistency, or a consistently present body While metaphysics might understand itself as based in and dealing with concepts or to be occurring only at the level of ideas, in actuality, it is constantly deploying physical metaphors to guarantee the continuity of its presence Presence would be a metaphorically continuous body which would constitute the consistency of truth conceived of as metaphysically certain At the same moment metaphysics presents itself as being nothing but an ideal and conceptual proposition Metaphysics appears to be practiced purely at the level of concepts and ideas, however in using metaphors in the constitution of its sense, it actually and covertly relies on a fabricated, metaphorically physical continuity or presence This presence underwrites the continuity of the truth of its ideas Because of this Derrida argues philosophy has always based itself in an exclusion of the metaphorical, as a way of thinking not compatible with concepts Metaphors are the other of concepts, metaphysical thinking, and metaphysical ideality cannot be seen to be implicated with them In Derrida s reading however, it constantly is, as it is the concept s location in metaphysical space, which allows one concept to be intelligible from another That is, in the last instance it isn t the internal coherence of the idea or concept which distinguishes it from other concepts or ideas but rather just the metaphoric, corporal continuity which it is secretly presumed to possess In this sense, metaphysics is white mythology , the mythology practiced by the white man, as that culture which understood as eminently rational and defined by the absence of mythology in its thought All of Derrida s thought takes place in a kind of reprojected space , or he derives the sense of his ideas in terms of a conceptual space where the events which define the the pre understood coherence of metaphysics would be taking place This space is like the unconscious of metaphysics, but thinking this space and its objects as a type of insubstantial model is the basis for the practice of deconstruction So while there is the conceptual level of metaphysics in which for instance nature and culture, or even concept and metaphor itself, conducts themselves as a series of opposed tropes or concepts, there is a hidden , sublimated conceptual background which metaphysics both disavows but uses For Derrida then thinking the problem of metaphysics involves thinking this relationship between a consciously represented conceptual level and a disavowed, unconscious, substantial metaphor.

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    I want to like this book than I do It just feels so much dated and less articulate than some of Derrida s other work The book follows dead ends as often as it follows invigorating insights it reads like a notebook en route to a book, rather than a final product.Maybe this was a deliberate choice, seeing how much the text emphasizes philosophy s incapacity to enclose itself and establish its disciplinary boundaries While he performs the failure, though, he doesn t take a single step away from it He gestures toward a world outside the bounds of philosophical discourse, in which it would be embedded but not isolated, but the text remains entrenched within the philosophy he critiques The intense, careful concern with philosophy s inadequacy just feels like the sterile mirror of its fantasy of adequacy Derrida doesn t really look beyond the philosophical domain he dwells within, he just highlights all its shortcomings.There are gems within the book, to be sure Even if a notebook, it is the notebook of an insightful and careful mind If you care about the specific topics he is addressing be it metaphor in Aristotle or sense and meaning in Husserl , he says smart things that are worth taking under consideration In the long run, though, I just feel like there are better and fruitful avenues of development than those Derrida takes here.

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    Articolata in una serie di saggi apparsi tra il 1967 e il 1971, con l eccezione di due inediti, l opera affronta alcune questioni fondamentali la natura dello spazio e del tempo, il significato della filosofia di Hegel in generale e della semiologia hegeliana in particolare, il problema dell umanesimo e della fine della metafisica, la linguistica e la sua storia, la scrittura, la fenomenologia.Avvertenza del Curatore1 Timpano2 La diff rance3 Ousia e gramm Nota su una nota di Sein und Zeit4 Il pozzo e la piramide Introduzione alla semiologia di Hegel5 Fini dell uomo6 Il circolo linguistico di Ginevra7 La forma e il voler dire Nota sulla fenomenologia del linguaggio8 Il supplemento di copula La filosofia innanzi la linguistica9 La mitologia bianca La metafora nel testo filosofico10 Qual quelle Le fonti di Val ry11 Firma evento contestoTraduzione italiana dal francese di Manlio Iofrida

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    A very important collection of essays from Derrida.The play of words, themes, and ideas disseminated and disseminating across these essays and his other works, linking them through the progressive enaction of deconstruction is well highlighted through this collective text Differ nce is, perhaps, a good place to begin reading Derrida As good as one may get, perhaps, for deconstruction plays throughout our thought, and we find ourselves always already familiar with Derrida, though never now.

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    Derrida fiel a su an lisis deconstructivista analiza la filosof a desde Aristoteles hasta Husserl la estructura del lenguaje y su importancia para la filosof a, desde la gram tica, etimol gia hasta la met fora.El libro es una serie de ensayos, el mejor en mi opini n White Man Mythology un libro muy interesante pero no de lectura f cil.

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