Cités 30 (2):11 (2007)

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Charles Ramond
Université Paris 8
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Malgré une notoriété universelle, pendant presque quarante ans, dans le monde universitaire et philosophique, Jacques Derrida est resté méconnu du grand public, et assez mystérieux même pour le public lettré. La difficulté toute particulière de sa philosophie et l’ampleur de son œuvre peuvent sans doute expliquer ce phénomène dans une certaine mesure. Mais, s’il..
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