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    A Time and Place for Derrida’s Early Logic.Dino Galetti - 2013 - Philosophy Today 57 (3):303-322.
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    Deconstruction: Speculative Materialism and its Other.Dino Galetti - 2021 - Derrida Today 14 (1):1-27.
    Since its inception in the late 2000s, supporters of Quentin Meillassoux tended to oppose the movement he founded, speculative materialism, to Derrida and the Derridean community. The arc of Meillassoux's later publications, however, did not support that opposition, especially when it became clear that he neither dismissed correlationism nor set aside literary concerns. These approaches might not be as incompatible as has been supposed. Still, if any affinity is to be established, a first need is to reassess the core of (...)
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    Finding a Systematic Base for Derrida’s Work.Dino Galetti - 2010 - Forum Philosophicum: International Journal for Philosophy 15 (2):275-300.
    Derrida became increasingly overt in later years in suggesting that his work displays a rigour, and even a ‘logic’. Further, it is becoming accepted that deconstruction arose in dialogue with Husserl. In support of these views, this article points out that in 1990 Derrida told us that his fi rst work of 1954 reveals a ‘law’ which guides his career, and that some responses had already arisen there. The work of 1954 is examined, and an interrelated ‘system’ developed by which (...)
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    How Close to Hegel is ‘Close’? Revisiting Lawlor on Derrida's Early Logic.Dino Galetti - 2014 - Derrida Today 7 (2):197-224.
    This article aims to restore a way to approach Derrida by revisiting the essentialist ‘logic’ that Leonard Lawlor put forward in 2002. Lawlor argues that the early Derrida developed a ‘logic of totality’ from Hyppolite's reading of Hegel, which formed the basis for a ‘logic of contamination’ and différance; moreover, Lawlor demonstrated such progress. We will situate his implicit premises before following his sequential argument, and thus isolate how Lawlor is aware that Derrida disputes Hyppolite's basic premises and outcomes, so (...)
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    On Husserl’s Early Logic of Intersubjectivity.Dino Galetti - unknown
    Our article seeks to demonstrate that Husserl’s approach to intersubjectivity in his First Investigation of 1901/1913 was rigorous rather than rash. To do so, it applies a combination of intentionality and whole-part logic that has been overlooked in Husserl study. It therefore starts from Husserl’s Prolegomena of 1901 to follow his normative phenomenology until it excludes knowledge of another’s consciousness, then unpacks how he does so by his “proofs” in his 1913 Third Investigation, to apply those results to his First (...)
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    Of Levinas’ ‘Structure’ in Address to His Four ‘Others’.Dino Galetti - 2016 - Continental Philosophy Review 49 (4):509-532.
    It has long been accepted that one of Levinas’ major concerns is to establish an ethics of responsibility for the ‘other.’ Yet it has been deemed for decades, even by Levinasians, that his approach to that concern is ‘unsystematic’ and ‘not consistent.’ That situation arose because Levinas’ four terms for ‘other’ are difficult to translate, so his terms were first addressed by adopting English conventions. Such conventions have furthered Levinas scholarship, but our aim is to consider Levinas’ consistency: Hence we (...)
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    Re-Thinking What We Think About Derrida.Dino Galetti - 2010 - Indo-Pacific Journal of Phenomenology 10 (2):1-18.
    Although many still see Derrida as a thinker opposed to a unified systematic meaning, there has recently been growing recognition that Derrida, in his later years, suggested that his work is not averse to formalisation. In support of this view, this paper points out that, in 1990, Derrida himself told us that his first work of 1954 reveals a “law” which impels his career, and that some responses had arisen even there. Some benefits of adopting such a common pole are (...)
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    The Grammar of Levinas’ Other, Other,Autrui, Autrui: Addressing Translation Conventions and Interpretation in English-Language Levinas Studies.Dino Galetti - 2015 - South African Journal of Philosophy 34 (2):199-213.
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