Critical Horizons 1 (1):51-69 (2000)

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Matthew Calarco
California State University, Fullerton
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What is the significance of and logic behind Jacques Derrida's recent "political" writings? While Derrida's work refuses to obey any singular movement or register, he does, nonetheless, make recurrent attempts to negotiate between a politics of identity and difference. A similar undertaking can be found in the radical democratic writings of Ernesto Laclau and Chantal Mouffe. An encounter between these thinkers is here carried out in order to elucidate key themes in Derrida's The Other Heading. The reading aims at developing and contextualising Derrida's relation to radical democratic thought so that his political strategies can be made more explicit.
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