The Invention of Deconstruction

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Springer, 29 Μαΐ 2013 - 252 σελίδες
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Why did deconstruction emerge when it did? Why did commentators in literary studies seem to need to look back on it from the earliest moments of its emergence? This book argues that the invention of deconstruction was spread across several decades, conducted by many people, and focused on its two central figures, Jacques Derrida and Paul de Man.
 

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The Domestication of Derrida
65
Deconstruction and Critical Authority
109
Philosophy Literature and Responsibility
159
Notes
218

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Mark Currie is Professor of Contemporary Literature at Queen Mary, University of London, UK. He is the author of The Unexpected: Narrative Temporality and The Philosophy of Surprise (2013) and About Time: Narrative, Fiction and the Philosophy of Time (2007), both of which explore issues in narrative time. His previous publications include Postmodern Narrative Theory (1997 and 2011), Difference (2004) and Metafiction (1995).

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