Deconstruction and the Remainders of Phenomenology: Sartre, by Tilottama Rajan

By Tilottama Rajan

This ebook disentangles phrases that have been conflated within the preliminary Anglo-American appropriation of French idea: deconstruction and poststructuralism. concentrating on Sartre, Derrida, Foucault, and Baudrillard (but additionally contemplating Levinas, Blanchot, de guy, and others), it strains the flip from a deconstruction inflected through phenomenology to a poststructuralism shaped by means of the rejection of types in accordance with attention in prefer of ones in accordance with language and constitution.

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We are simply taking account of this split when we distinguish between "ideal" and "real" being, or between being as species and being as what is individual. In FTL HusserI returns to this theme and claims that the kind of existence an object is thought to have is itself constituted in the processes involved in intuition of the object, from one's experience of it. The meaning of the being of abstract objects is said to be derived from or founded on the sense of the being of the "real" objects of ordinary senseperception.

20 She wishes to show that causal theories of knowledge are reconcilable with set-theoretic realism. Another general kind of response to the problem is to challenge the idea that some kind of "non-standard" semantics cannot be taken to be a theory of truth for mathematical language. Responses of this kind have been developed by several writers. 21 He suggests how a non-platonistic account might be developed on the basis of modal notions. Another approach along these lines is suggested by Gottlieb.

In that case we actually see what was merely anticipated or thought about. It is clear from HusserI's writings that what we should regard as possible in intuition or experience is to be determined on the basis of what a mathematician M can actually intuit or experience. The modal notions here are to be analyzed with reference to M. M could not hope, for example, to carry out a sequence of perceptions of an object if for some reason she could not intuit a part of the object, even though she may have a conception of such a sequence and of a being who would carry it out.

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