Derrida and Phenomenology by Rudolf Bernet (auth.), William R. McKenna, J. Claude Evans

By Rudolf Bernet (auth.), William R. McKenna, J. Claude Evans (eds.)

Derrida and Phenomenology is a set of essays through numerous authors, completely dedicated to Jacques Derrida's writing on Edmund Husserl's phenomenology. It provides quite a lot of reactions to these writings, either serious and supportive, and includes many in-depth reports.
Audience: Communicates new reviews of Derrida's critique of Husserl to these acquainted with the problems: experts in phenomenology, deconstruction, the philosophies of Derrida and Husserl. additionally incorporates a bibliography of contemporary appropriate literature.

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That an entity is dependent or non-thinglike has no implication for its being or not-being as such, or for the "degree" to which it is or is not. This includes dependence upon consciousness. Whatever is dependent on consciousness exists-though that does not settle any of the difficult questions as to what does or does not depend on consciousness (or language, if that is not the same thing)-and there is no reason in the nature of being, as Husserl understands it, that requires all that exists to be known or cognized or mentally intended .

Logical Investigations, translated by J. N. Findlay (London : Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1970), 269, trans. altered). Further references to this text will be abbreviated as "Ll" folIowed by the GermanlEnglish pagination. INDICATION AND OCCASIONAL EXPRESSIONS 45 quick to press the advantage which this translation gives him : "We know already that infact the discursive sign, and consequently the wanting-to-say [Ievouloir-dire'i, is always entangled [toujours enchevetre], always caught up [pris] in an indicative system.

Perhaps it is only a matter of a certain segment of language disappearing; and this, we know, certainly does happen. " It would seem that a universe with no languages would be a universe with no ideal beings, and hence with no objects. According to the familiar scientific story, then, the universe for most of its "history" (but we can't say that) was one with no kinds of things in it. ) But whatever we are to make of such things, I think it is entirely accurate and fair to say that Derrida gives us no information at all on exactly what goes on in the " interchange" between transcendental subjectivity, the prior state of affairs , the individual person, that person's act, and the ideal object (to be refined in its ideality through the progression toward the written language of science) produced or "made" as it emerges into history.

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