На Аль-Джазире — колонка про Жака Деррида, приуроченная к десятилетию со дня его смерти:

The term for which the philosopher has become best known is deconstruction which he coined in the late sixties, and which has become an intellectual movement not only in France but also throughout the world, forever changing philosophical, religious, and political studies. For Derrida, however, deconstruction was not a doctrine but a way of analysing the genealogy of the history of philosophy – “its concepts, its presuppositions, its axiomatics and doing so not only theoretically but also by questioning its institutions, its social and political practices, in short the political culture of the West.”

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