Edinburgh University Press (2014)

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Vernon Cisney
Gettysburg College
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Published in 1967, Voice and Phenomenon marked a crucial turning point in Derrida's thinking: the culmination of a 15-year-long engagement with the phenomenological tradition. It also introduced the concepts and themes that would become deconstruction. Voice and Phenomenon is a short book, but it can be an overwhelming text, particularly for inexperienced readers of Derrida's work. This is the first guide to clearly explain the structure of his argument, step by step.
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Call number B2430.D484.C57 2014
ISBN(s) 9780748644216   0748644210
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