Atlas de poche de mycologie by Gillian Midgley, Yvonne M. Clayton, Roderick J. Hay

By Gillian Midgley, Yvonne M. Clayton, Roderick J. Hay

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Of course, Derrida’s work of drawing the question of how to interpret ‘responsibility’ and how to establish who ‘we’ are, in what relations ‘we’ exist, and what our responsibilities are into the crisis of undecidability was equally regularly regarded as an advocation of theoretical obscurantism and irresponsibility. This charge was – and remains – the most regular type of ‘resistance’ to deconstruction. 6 Such resistance to deconstruction is familiar. It is often couched as a resistance to theory made in the name of a resistance to ‘disengagement’; a resistance to ‘theory’ for the sake of ‘keeping it real’.

Gleitende Vielberuflichkeit für alle (1997), The Hyphen Between Judaism And Christianity, avec Jean-François Lyotard (1999); a coédité (avec Mireille Calle-Gruber): Simone Weil. La passion de la raison (2003); a participé aux Colloques Derrida de 1997 et 2002 (Cerisy la Salle), 2003 (Coimbra), 2009 (Paris) ainsi qu’au Cahier de l’Herne (2004). Il prépare actuellement Derrida Partition (en 2 volumes). MAIK HEROLD studied Political Science, Law and History in Dresden and Boston. In 2008-2009 he was a graduate assistant and assistant lecturer at the Institute of Political Science at Technische Universität Dresden (Chair of Political Theory and the History of Political Ideas).

Elle est de l’intérieur ‘touchée’ par une procédure d’auto-déconstruction. Ce ‘toucher’, affirme Nancy, aura à être transféré dans la tradition à venir du christianisme et de sa critique. Se référant à la notion derridienne de ‘déconstruction’ les analyses de Nancy se concentrent sur ce ‘toucher’. En examinant ces analyses l’auteur se voit obligé de conclure que le ‘toucher’ à travers lequel Nancy entame le legs de la déconstruction derridienne risque de perdre de vue l’enjeu de celle-ci. Ce que Nancy appelle, tout en se référant à Derrida, ‘déconstruction’, se rapproche plutôt de la Destruktion heideggérienne.

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