- French philosopher and critic (born in Algeria); exponent of deconstructionism (1930-2004)
How To Use Jacques Derrida In A Sentence
- With the advent of post-structuralism in the later 1970s, the attack on the idea of the self was rephrased in terms borrowed from Michel Foucault, Jacques Derrida and Jacques Lacan.
- Life lessons, exes, or your philosophical stance on the late Jacques Derrida (Overblown fraud or grand deconstructionist?
- The popularity of Jacques Derrida's philosophy among academics is hard to understand except as a symptom of decadence.
- His surname evokes both the medieval historian Saxo Grammaticus and Jacques Derrida's crit-theory bellwether, "Of Grammatology. Sense & Semiotics
- From the dialectic materialism of Hegel to the deconstructionism of Jacques Derrida, these traditions distinguished themselves from the Anglo-American schools of analytic thought in both their content and their methodologies.
- Palimpsest is a metaphor commonly used by deconstructionists, particularly Jacques Derrida.
- One of the most insightful pieces she published on Borges was "A Postmodern Approach to Fictional History in Tlön, Uqbar, Orbis Tertius and the Asceticism of Ezra Buckley" in which Palin brilliantly deconstructed the notion of history relative to the character, Ezra Buckley, in a way that the late Jacques Derrida wrote, "Je m'em branle! Mark Axelrod: The Palin Borges Connection; or, What's History Got to Do With It?
- 7 This topos has been a subject of well known investigations from Ernst R. Curtius, European Literature and the Latin Middle Ages (Princeton 1967), 319-326, to Jacques Derrida, Of Plotnitsky, Notes
- In Literary Theory and the Claims of History, Satya Mohanty posits a hermeneutics of affirmation in contrast to Jacques Derrida's hermeneutics of negation.
- The writings of Jacques Derrida on freedom and democracy mentioned earlier are not without relevance here as well.