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margins of philosophy

margins of philosophy

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Jacques Derrida

In this intense travel, in layers upon layers, Derrida seeks to dismantle the philosophical heritage of Plato, Kant, Hegel, Nietzsche, Husserl, and Heidegger, so he returns to reading each of them in one or more articles.
This book also contains essays on linguistics (Saussure, Benveniste and Austin), an essay on the nature of metaphor (white mythology), an essay containing important opinions on literary theory...
Derrida's masterful and complex style masters the themes mentioned in the book, which is a true source of inspiration for those willing to follow him on his difficult path.
Heidegger tells us what time is (non-existentialism as "no longer" or as "not yet"), but he can only do so because he has let himself say that time can only exist as being or (by being) That is, as an active noun, present.
And because time and its existence are thought on the basis of the present, time seems - and strangely - not to exist (or it does not exist purely and compound), and because we think that we know what time is, in its nature, we can, apparently, deduce its existence of little importance. and even that it does not exist, and we already know, at least, through the naïve practice of discourse, what time ought to be, what it means for the past and the future, in order that we may deduce the existence or non-existence of insignificant time, and think that the past and the future are insignificant symptoms of This present that we know to be the meaning and essence of what is, and this is what does not change from Aristotle to Hegel.




About the book:
Cover: plain cardboard
Number of pages: 432 pages
Size: 17.5 * 24.5 cm
Weight: 652 grams
Translated by: Mona Tolba
Publishing House: Dar Al Tanweer for Publishing and Distribution


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