On Speech and Temporality: Derrida and Husserl

Philosophy Today 18 (3):171-180 (1974)

This paper provides evidence, Against an important husserlian thesis, Showing that the constitution of meaningful expression intrinsically involves both a plurality of temporal moments and other egos. Likewise against derrida, This evidence points away from the claim that all meaningful expression is constituted only in full empirical intersubjective dialogue. This evidence is developed by examining molly bloom's soliloquy. The tentative conclusions reached are: 1) all sayable meanings belong to a range of expressions whose scope is bound up with the distinctness of the I with which they are associated; 2) this range is bound up with the degree of elaboration of a temporal scheme
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DOI 10.5840/philtoday197418316
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