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978-0-8032-4138-1 / 9780803241381

Wittgenstein and Derrida

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Publisher:University of Nebraska Press

Edition:Hardcover

Language:English

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This book examines Aristotle, Kant, and especially Husserl to bring to light Derrida's development of the classical philosophical concepts of form (eidos), verbal formula (logos), the object-in-general, and time. The later work of Wittgenstein is then examined in detail and Wittgenstein's "zigzag" writing in the Philosophical Investigations is interpreted as deconstructive syntax, directed, like Derrida's work, against the dominance of the philosophical concern with the form of an entity.

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