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Tag Archives: Derrida
“Quite Unintelligible,” Derrida’s Scathing Criticism from a Teacher
Making the rounds on social media today is an essay that then-student Jacques Derrida had written in English class entitled “Shakespeare’s Idea of Kingship.” While Derrida’s writing as a student may interest many, his teacher’s remarks are drawing far more attention.
Derrida Explained With Video Games (and Cats)
In this week’s 8-Bit Philosophy, Jacques Derrida’s work in “Of Grammatology” is explained.
Watch the Derrida Documentary on YouTube.
Not a Heidegger porno.
Read Derrida’s Response to the Sokal Affair
The deconstructionist responds in Le Monde after being targeted by critics.
Watch Jacques Derrida Explain the Question of Being and the ‘Trace’
What is the question that precedes the question?
Call for Papers: ‘Derrida Today’ in NYC
Deadline for submissions is October 1, 2013.
Derrida’s ‘Specters of Marx’ Gets Reviewed
Spoiler alert: Derrida was once arrested for drug possession.
Jacques Derrida Was a Shitty Student, and Other Things I Learned Today
Deconstructing an exam has and always will result in a failing grade.
Jacques Derrida: Stop Watching Seinfeld
What does Jacques Derrida think about George Costanza?