By Rudolf Bernet (auth.), William R. McKenna, J. Claude Evans (eds.)
Derrida and Phenomenology is a set of essays through a variety of authors, completely dedicated to Jacques Derrida's writing on Edmund Husserl's phenomenology. It offers quite a lot of reactions to these writings, either severe and supportive, and comprises many in-depth stories.
Audience: Communicates new reviews of Derrida's critique of Husserl to these conversant in the problems: experts in phenomenology, deconstruction, the philosophies of Derrida and Husserl. additionally features a bibliography of contemporary correct literature.
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Thus, wherever ideality is in question, we should find necessity and proof, not contingency and indication. This set of dichotomies dominates this paragraph (SP 30-31/29), and to it Derrida adds another: the distinction between the ideal content of an act and the act of cognition itself. 1, 26/1, 271) as 52 CLAUDE EVANS opposed to indication. Therefore, if we follow out the logic of this system of distinctions , it would have to be the case that the "because" of indication links together realities, and the rule governing the link would have to be contingent and empirical.
On Derrida's reading, such demonstration would be a species of indication in general. Husserl, of course, would recognize what Derrida calls "general motivation," but not the indication in general which would be the genus of indication in the strict sense. On Derrida's reading, it is this distinction between indication in general and indication in the strict sense which is to explain the importance of distinguishing between Sein and Bestand on the one hand, and Existenz, Dasein and Realitdt on the other.
But it must be of some interest to him, as well as to others, if we were to find that his views were not rationally defensible in the sense explained. And I cannot help thinking that to establish the rational indefensibility of his views on ideal being must have a significant effect on whatever roles they might have in the arenas of philosophical discourse, of life and of history. " Yet it seems to me that a position which fails at the level of standard logic has significantly failed with regard to rationality, and that whatever aspirations it may have to be rational would then face a very heavy burden of proof.
Derrida and Phenomenology by Rudolf Bernet (auth.), William R. McKenna, J. Claude Evans (eds.)