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    Julia Ponzio (2006). The Political and the Feminine: Reflections on Levinas' Philosophical Language. Semiotica 2006 (159):179-194.
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    Julia Ponzio (2009). The Rhythm of Laughter: Derrida's Contribution to a Syntactic Model of Interpretation. Derrida Today 2 (2):234-244.
    The focus of this paper is Derrida's idea of rhythm. I will analyse how the idea of rhythm can work in a contemporary semiotic, and in particular in a semiotic of interpretation, in order to eliminate the confusion between interpretation and semantics and to constitute a syntactic model of interpretation. In ‘The Double Session’ Derrida uses the Greek word rytmos in order to indicate the ‘law of spacing’. Rytmos is a form that is always about to change or to break (...)
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    Julia Ponzio (2001). Il sordo risuonare dell'essenza. Tempo dell'essere e tempo dell'altro in Emmanuela Lévinas. Idee 46:161-188.
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  4. Julia Ponzio (2005). Il Ritmo Della Scrittura: Tempo, Alterità E Comunicazione. Schena.
  5. Julia Ponzio (1996). Il tempo: misurazione o dono. Idee 33:143-150.
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  6. Julia Ponzio (2001). Light, Being, and Time. Semiotica 2001 (136).
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  7. Julia Ponzio (1999). Proprietà e presenza nel pensiero heideggeriano. Idee 40:125-154.
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