This Volume Makes A Significant Contribution To Both The Study Of Derrida And Of Modernist Studies The Contributors Argue, First, That Deconstruction Is Not Modern Neither Is It Postmodern Nor Simply Modernist They Also Posit That Deconstruction Is Intimately Connected With Literature, Not Because Deconstruction Would Be A Literary Way Of Doing Philosophy, But Because Literature Stands Out As A Modern Notion The Contributors Investigate The Nature And Depth Of Derrida S Affinities With Writers Such As Joyce, Kafka, Antonin Artaud, Georges Bataille, Paul Celan, Maurice Blanchot, Theodor Adorno, Samuel Beckett, And Walter Benjamin, Among OthersWith Its Strong Connection Between Philosophy And Literary Modernism, This Highly Original Volume Advances Modernist Literary Study And The Relationship Of Literature And Philosophy
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- 328 pages
- Understanding Derrida, Understanding Modernism
- Jean-Michel Rabaté
- 04 January 2018 Jean-Michel Rabaté