On the Beginnings of Theory: Deconstructing Broken Logic in Grice, Habermas, and Stuart Mill

Upa (2006)
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In three exemplary essays, author Peter Bornedal promotes Deconstruction as a cogent analytical method whose distinctive critical object is foundational knowledge. In this, he wants to restore Deconstruction as a rational discourse, while continuing to emphasize it as a critique of metaphysics



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