Deconstructive vs Pragmatic: A Critique of the Derrida–Searle Debate

The European Legacy 25 (1):62-81 (2020)
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The debate between Derrida and Searle has received much critical attention, with the commentary often being Derrida-friendly. Even when commentators detect weaknesses in Derrida’s argument, they ap...

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Peter Bornedal
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