Deconstruction, Christopher Norris, Third Edition PDF

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The essential introduction to the theory and practice of deconstruction, now in the third edition.

Christopher Norris is a distinguished research professor in philosophy at the University of Cardiff, Wales. He is also the author of many groundbreaking books including Quantum Theory and Flight from Realism (2000).

Deconstruction An inspiring and dazzling tour de force that revolutionized my thinking Gary day times higher education supplement.

Contents

1:

Roots: structuralism and New Criticism

From Kant to Saussure: the prison-house of concepts

New Critic into structuralist?

Roland Barthes

Beyond New Criticism

2:

Jacques Derrida: language against itself

Blindness and Insight: deconstructing the New Criticism

Language, writing, difference

Culture, nature, writing: Rousseau and Lévi-Straus

3:

From voice to text: Derrida’s critique of philosophy

Phenomenology and/or structuralism?

4:
Nietzsche: philosophy and deconstruction

Nietzsche, Plato and the sophists

Deconstruction on two wheels

Writing and philosophy

Beyond interpretation?

Nietzsche and Heidegger

Nietzsche’s umbrella

5:

Between Marx and Nietzsche: the politics of deconstruction

Derrida on Hegel

Marxism, structuralism and deconstruction

Nietzsche contra Marx?

Foucault and Said: the rhetoric of power

6:

 The American connection

Deconstruction ‘on the wild side’: Geoffrey Hartman and J. Hillis Miller

Paul de Man: rhetoric and reason

Deconstruction at the limit?

‘Ordinary language’: the challenge from Austin Harold Bloom

Derrida and Bloom on Freud

7:

Conclusion: dissenting voices

Wittgenstein: language and scepticism

Afterword (1991): further thoughts on deconstruction, postmodernism and the politics of theory

Postscript to the third (2002) edition

Notes for further reading(1982)

Bibliography (including works cited)

Index 225

 

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