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Subjectivity of différance

Heecheon Jeon

Subjectivity of différance

a poiesis of deconstruction of subjectum, deus, and communitas

by Heecheon Jeon

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Published by Peter Lang in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Subjectivity

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementHeecheon Jeon
    SeriesAmerican University studies. VII: Theology and religion -- v. 311
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBD222 .J46 2011
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi, 182 p. ;
    Number of Pages182
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24903165M
    ISBN 101433111853
    ISBN 109781433111853
    LC Control Number2010042562
    OCLC/WorldCa668404460

    Book Review Nick Mansfield, The God Who Deconstructs Himself: Sovereignty Between Freud, Bataille, and Derrida (Fordham University Press, ), pp., ISBN –– While Georges Bataille’s writings provide a crucial impetus for. In her book Unsettled, Patricia Fumerton explores the literal (material) as well as the literary (metaphorical) status of the itinerant laborer in early modern England in order to, in her words, trace “the emergence of a new kind of secular subjectivity in the period, one that was not solely God-based but that could sense a more modern.

      Relying on Derrida’s notion of différance and Agamben’s signator, Jun states that “the posthuman subject should be understood as the deferred subject” (3); that is, the subject who never arrives at final subjectivity because engagement between nature and culture is a constant, indefinite and dialectical movement. Hence the posthuman. 7 Issues of Subjectivity and Identity Subjectivity and identity Personhood as a cultural production Essentialism and anti-essentialism CONTENTS xi 10/3/ PM Page xiFile Size: KB.

    Jacques Derridas Speech and Phenomena is a pivotal text that has come to be representative of the unique self-critical turn that philosophy undertook in the late 20th century. Originally published in as La Voix et le Phénomène and translated into English in , the book is an analysis of Edmund Husserls phenomenology and his theory of /5. 1. Deleuze, Differential Ontology and Subjectivity. 2. Derrida’s Différance: Deconstruction and the Sexuality of Subjectivity. 3. Foucault I: Power and the Subject. 4. Foucault II: Normativity, Ethics and the Self. Part II: Turning to the Psyche. 5. Butler on the Subjection of Gendered Agency. 6. Lacan on the Unconscious Subject: From the.


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In Subjectivity of ‘Différance’, Heecheon Jeon carefully explores the question of living well together in the midst of myriad differences and otherness in our living world. Living well together is not a concept void of naïve togetherness of various subjectivities, but rather the disclosure of the repressive subjectivity to welcome «strangers to ourselves» by sacrificing the very Author: Heecheon Jeon.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xi, pages ; 24 cm. Contents: Machine generated contents note: I. Subjectivity Revisited --Subjectivity Matters: Powerless (Weak) Subjectivity of différance book --The Poietic Possibility of Subjectivity: Deconstructive Intervention --Poiesis and Genealogy --Poiesis, Grammatology, and Traces --Poiesis of Subjectivity:.

Différance is the systematic play of differences, Bernard Stiegler argues in his book, Technics and Time, 1, that this represents a hesitation in Derrida: "Now phusis as life was already différance. There is an indecision, a passage remaining to be thought. At issue is the specificity of the temporality of life in which life is.

A critique of Derrida's approach to language using ideas from Merleau–Ponty. Focuses on an extended reappraisal of the notion of différance, and stresses the continuity that exists between perception and our reading of texts and other symbolic formations.

This continuity stabilizes presence and meaning, and is grounded on our existence as embodied beings. Get this from a library.

Subjectivity of différance: a poiesis of deconstruction of subjectum, deus, and communitas. [Heecheon Jeon]. What is différance?.if we accepted this form of the question, in its meaning and its syntax (“What is.

In his book Of Spirit, he goes one step further in rejecting subjectivity. The book is a discussion of the philosopher and Nazi Martin Heidegger. In it Derrida indicates that Heidegger’s appeal to the Spirit of the West is a. This chapter states that for Derrida, the dialectic and the general course of the philosophical tradition are crystallized in Hegel’s Logic by the reduction of difference to contradiction.

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In this second year of the seminar, originally presented in – as the last course he would give before his death, Derrida focuses on two markedly different texts: Heidegger’s –. Alienation is the effacement of this instituting activity, of différance, through the latter's objectification This is an alienation of subjectivity insofar as subjectivity is the opening to the other.

Thus alienation is a suppression of otherness, and de-alienation is then an opening to and welcoming of the other. Derrida’s basic question seems to be – in light of his deconstruction of subjectivity and the metaphysics of presence – whether différance is merely another name for the ontological difference, or instead, if the ontological difference and the question of Being are merely ‘intrametaphysical effects’ of différance.

It is now widely accepted that The Ethics of Deconstruction was the first book to argue for the ethical turn in Derrida's work. Critchley shows as powerfully as possible how deconstruction and persuasive ethical consequences are vital to our thinking through of questions relating to politics and democracy.

Parts of the book have been published in several European languages and a. This chapter undertakes a serious reflection on the question of Derrida's obscurity, based on a close reading of one of his most important texts, the essay, “La différance.” The procedure is Author: Gary Gutting.

Deconstruction is an approach to understanding the relationship between text and was originated by the philosopher Jacques Derrida (–), who defined the term variously throughout his career. In its simplest form it can be regarded as a criticism of Platonism and the idea of true forms, or essences, which take precedence over appearances.

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While recent decades of theoretical reflections on imperialism have yielded important understandings of how the West has repeatedly reconsolidated its power, this book. TOWARD AN ONTOLOGICAL ETHICS: DERRIDA’S READING OF HEIDEGGER AND LEVINAS LUCA SERAFINI. Università di Pisa. Dipartimento di Civiltà e forme del sapere.

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Abstract. This chapter explores the historical aspects of human subjectivity, and the subjective elements of historical understanding. It opens with a critique of what I regard as an over-historicised concept of subjectivity common within the Humanities, and then goes on to argue that historical understanding involves an empathic connection between the historian and her.

Différance () Différance and Deferral. Jacques Derrida () was a prolific writer who had the disconcerting ability to use a thousand words when one or two would do. Différance is typical of his poetic excess and opens with.

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CHAPTER 2 Derrida’s Différance: Deconstruction and the Sexuality of Subjectivity. CHAPTER 2 Derrida’s Différance: Deconstruction and the Sexuality of Subjectivity ‘différance’² – between difference and identity. However, her first book, Judith Butler explains that ‘[t]he unified subject with its unified philosophical.Isn't that weird how you just start to get it, even without any kind of background, it just makes sense.

I always found that strange. Even the most abstract speculative stuff just makes sense, like when he talks about the arguments for whether the primordial fact is one, two, or a multitude, it's almost meaningless as anything real but yet it does mean something that you can understand.

Cartesian Subjectivity. The origins of modern subjectivity can be traced back to Descartes’ philosophy with its beliefs that the subject is a rational, unified, and transparent entity whose reason is objective and universally accessible in its inquiry of a reality that is bifurcated into subjects and objects.