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Jacques Derrida and the Controversy of Philosophy

Author: Ian Angus (Simon Fraser University, Prof. Emerit.) The controversy surrounding Derrida’s death invites a late contribution such as this one to analyze the specific features of this controversy, especially since so much of Derrida’s own reflections on death, mourning and heritage could be brought to bear. While I am sure that this would be of interest, this is not the tack that I will take. I will, however, hold onto the thread of controversy itself. It is perhaps possible to ...

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