Philosophy East and West 58 (1):60-82 (2008)

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Garrett Bredeson
University of Colorado, Boulder
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Are Derrida’s critique of presence and Dōgen’s emphasis on presence incompatible? I argue that they are not—and, in fact, that there is a deep connection between the projects of the two thinkers. In showing this I hope to combat some serious misconceptions about essential aspects of both Zen Buddhism and deconstruction.
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