The Invention of Deconstruction
Springer, 29 Μαΐ 2013 - 252 σελίδες
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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Allegories of Reading American analysis analytical aporia appears archive argued argument Attridge authority autotelism Blindness and Insight chapter claims consensus constative context critique Culler deconstruction deconstruction’s Derrida Derrida’s reading Derridean Diacritics difference discourse discovery discussion distinction domestication epistemological Eros and Psyche essay ethical event example figural formalism Foucault future Gasché Godzich Grammatology guage Hillis Miller historicism ical idea indissociable interpretation invention of deconstruction Jakobson Jauss kind Kuhn’s Lentricchia literal literary history literary studies literature logic logocentrism Man’s Marxist meaning metaphor metaphysics metaphysics of presence metonymy Miller narrative nature Nietzsche Nietzsche’s notion of invention opposition origin paradigm performative philosophical political possibility post-structuralism present problem produced proposition Proust reference referential function reflexivity relation relationship responsibility retrospect rhetorical Rousseau Rousseau’s Saussure Saussure’s scientific Searle Searle’s seems semiology sense signifier speech act theory structuralist structure supplementarity temporal textual thing tion traditional translation truth White Mythology word writing