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Poetry therefore is able to make us question, in unprecedented ways, the distinction between the human and nonhuman animal. Since The Animal That Therefore I Am, which dates from the 1997 16 introduction Cerisy conference, and up to the final courses on The Beast and the Sovereign, the animal question is at the heart of Derrida’s philosophy. Even though this theme has been reflected upon in commentaries in the eco-critical style, the theme of animality had not been made relevant to Derrida’s reflection on poetry.
Bennington contrasts Derrida’s early treatment of metaphor in philosophy with his late engagement of analogy in relation to the questions of telos and the regulative idea in Kant’s philosophy. He emphasizes that the difference between these discussions can be described as a difference of horizon. Deconstruction has a history in Derrida’s philosophical career, in which it undergoes reinvention and plurification. In Of Grammatology, it works through the disparity between a text’s theses and its language, its style, its metaphors, rhetoric, and performance.
Published 2014 by John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. christopher norris off Plato and his progeny. , more attentive and meticulous) readers of philosophic texts than the official, academically accredited custodians of those texts and their veridical content. Thus Derrida’s notion of “writing” as in some sense ubiquitous – as marking the absolute horizon of intelligibility or the precondition for whatever is to count as “real,” “true,” “factual,” “self-evident,” “veridical” – has typically been taken by misinformed admirers and detractors alike as an instance of extreme anti-realist or ultra“textualist” thinking whose logical consequence was a solipsistic outlook that counted the world well lost for the sake of the new-found descriptive or creative freedoms thereby opened up.
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