Philosophy Now 127:9-11 (2018)

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What is Derrida Saying to Us - Abstract Jacques Derrida is difficult and controversial. This article concentrates on the first part of On Grammatology (1967) as the Rosetta Stone to understanding him. It examines concepts such as the metaphysics of presence, the trace, differance, and deconstruction, aiming to interest readers further in pursuing him in more depth.
Keywords Applied Philosophy  Contemporary Philosophy  General Interest  Philosophy of language  French Philosophy  Continental Philosophy  Metaphysics
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