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Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. The author is one of the most acclaimed thinker, and expounder of philosophic process of thought of our time. Influence enough to have affected the entire French critical scene, Jacques Derrida has been hailed as the most important philosopher in France today.
His ideas of reading and writing, his notion of de-construction, his reinterpretations of phenomenology, of psycho The author is one of the most acclaimed thinker, and expounder of philosophic process of thought of our time. His ideas of reading and writing, his notion of de-construction, his reinterpretations of phenomenology, of psychoanalysis, and of strucuralism have profoundly influenced the vanguard of European and American criticism and have occasioned lively controversy.
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Derrida seems to have little of Foucault’s erudition and a strange compulsion to make the same empty gestures over and over again. Everything Schopenhauer said about Hegel applies here that the guy is a charlatan selling his own image in the guise of a new philosophical language.
There are few writers I actually hate. The two I hate the most are Derrida and Allen Ginsberg. Just sit back and watch the resemblances crystallize View all 9 comments.
People looking for a reason to end it all. Recommended to Thom by: Some student–I’m still derridq for him. My claim to have read this MoFo is a flat-out lie. Who indeed CAN read it? I couldn’t finish page one.
Can you help me? View all 4 comments. I didn’t finish the book. I got to page short of the end–and just couldn’t go any further. So if there was a brilliant insight located in the last derriida pages, I missed it. This book was an utter waste of my time. That’s not necessarily a reflection on Derrida.
It may be that I am an idiot.
9789682301827 – De la gramatologia (Spanish Edition) by Jacques Derrida
Either way, I got nothing of value from it, so there’s not much more that I can say about it. My guess is it’s Derrida, though.
I would suggest you stay away from this book unless 1 you’re required to re I didn’t finish the book. I would suggest you stay away from this book unless 1 you’re required to read it, or 2 you find similar but somewhat clearer thinkers Baudrillard, Foucault, Barthes, Bataille very stimulating.
But start your postmodern adventure with those, not with big D. If you were easily impressed by Socrates getting alot of cred simply for being a troll, you’ll find alot to love here. But otherwise, never before has so little of such small impact been said with so many words, expended from the text like the spore cloud of a dying mushroom. In fact, the postmodern denial of truth is the worst kind of arrogance.
In denying that th If you were easily impressed by Socrates getting alot of cred simply for being a troll, you’ll find alot to love here. In denying that the natural world exists independently of our beliefs about it, postmodernists are implicitly rejecting any limit on human ambitions.
By making human beliefs the final arbiter of reality, they are in effect claiming that nothing exists unless it appears in human consciousness. I had to read this for a critical theory course in graduate school. The impenetrable prose made me want to pull out my hair, and I’m pretty sure the emperor is naked in this case. I only made it through with the help of Harry Potter–a chapter of Derrida and three chapters of The Prisoner of Azkaban.
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I was beguiled by this book as an undergrad. Now I despise it for the license it gave people to write incoherent nonsense. This book is a freakin’ hard read Oct 11, Mark M. The section on onanism is especially relevant for understanding the argument of this book.
This book is a monument, the ultimate achievement, of dumbing down. The author is disorganized, does not define the key concepts of his philosophy, rather he tries to elaborate them organically. Bases himself of a dozen different works, picking from anything, from Rousseau, Strauss, the Bible, Plato, Husserl, quotes all of them repeatdly, some passages several times. After while one can notice that it will be an exercise of mumbo jumbo, a mad rant javques words that do not comunicate anything.
What f This book is a monument, the ultimate achievement, of dumbing down.
What few good points he presents could have been put to paper edrrida less than a hundred pages. He repeats gramayologia so much, and with such an overly complicated vacubulary that by jcques end they do not mean anything at all. If this is one of the greatest philosophers of the XX century I fear for the future of civilization, the Brave New World, ordepending on your particular palate of nightmares, might be a genaration away.
In short, I came to get higher intelectual parameters from reading fiction as a child. Reading this is a waste of time, don’t do it to yourself, considering the possibility that you may want to criticise this author, don’t, just ignore him.
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Beside critique, Derridean deconstruction consists in an attempt to re-conceive the difference that divides self-reflection or self-consciousness. But even more than the re-conception of difference, and perhaps more importantly, deconstruction works towards preventing the worst violence. It attempts to render justice. Indeed, deconstruction is relentless in this pursuit since justice is impossible to achieve.
Books by Jacques Derrida. Trivia About Of Grammatology. No trivia or quizzes yet. In certain respects, the theme of supplementarity is certainly no more than one theme among others. It is in a chain, carried by it. Perhaps one could substitute something else for it. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Michael Boatright or Modern Postwrite?