This commentary is part of The Atlas Society's 1999 online "CyberSeminar" entitled " The Continental Origins of Postmodernism ." The following is a summary of Derrida’s thought as presented in Part I, Chapter 1, of his book Of Grammatology. This book is apparently the closest Derrida has come to writing a systematic statement of his philosophy, of which the opening chapter gives an overview.
This commentary is part of The Atlas Society's 1999 online "CyberSeminar" entitled " The Continental Origins of Postmodernism ."
This commentary is part of The Atlas Society's 1999 online "CyberSeminar" entitled " The Continental Origins of Postmodernism ."
This commentary is part of The Atlas Society's 1999 online "CyberSeminar" entitled " The Continental Origins of Postmodernism ." Essays and Comments on Foucault's The History of Sexuality, Volume 1: An Introduction 1. William Dale, "Foucault’s Sexuality"

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