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Glas (Anglais) Broché – 1 juin 1986
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Derrida's monumental achievement
le 18 avril 2011 - Publié sur Amazon.com
I love this book, and I still cannot understand why this is not reprinted so that others can read it without forking up too much $ (this same thing goes for Cinders and SignSponge).
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How to Read Rigorously--Derrida Through Hegel
le 27 octobre 2005 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Hegel's philosophy claims to be a presuppositionless witnessing to the self-transformations of being: Hegel does not himself speak in his philosophy, does not put forth theses, but simply gives voice to the indwelling expression of being itself. This is quite a claim--unprecedented in the history of philosophy. If Hegel is right, then one should be able to start anywhere, with anything, and, by letting it "speak for itself," one should be able to find the same things Hegel found. Again, if Hegel is right, everything is already spoken for within his philosophy. One way to interpret Derrida's _Glas_ is as a taking up of this invitation. "Is Jean Genet," Derrida might be thought to ask, "already written in Hegel's philosophy?" Derrida's book proceeds by a simple process: reading. He opens Hegel's book, and follows out the demands of reading it. _Glas_ is more or less a documenting of the thoughts that develop in a reading of Hegel: "If this is so, wouldn't this follow? And what about this?" Generally, Derrida's reading raises (progressively more subtle) challenges to Hegel's writing, and then, through continued reading, finds that Hegel's text has already anticipated and accommodated these challenges. And, indeed, as the reading then turns into a reading of Genet, it turns out that Genet's texts themselves give rise to the very dialectic Hegel articulates. This is an exceptionally difficult book. You cannot read it competently without a good knowledge of Hegel and without at least familiarity with Genet. Furthermore, to read it means to make yourself open to having your own views about Hegel (and also about Genet and also about Derrida) change. You must approach this book as Genet approaches the Gospel of John--like a miner entering a mine, unsure he'll get out of the mine again. This book is well worth the read for serious students of Continental Philosophy: both scholars and Hegel and scholars of Derrida will (if they make themselves open to it, and are rigorous) have their presumptions about the other philosopher challenged. Highly recommended, but do some preparation first.
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le 2 octobre 2016 - Publié sur Amazon.com
If you ever see the Bookery in Ithaca selling something, you can trust them. I've lived everywhere in the country, and this is by far the best, most passionate store I've encountered.
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Love him or hate him, you will be captivated by Derrida's "Glas"
le 18 février 2014 - Publié sur Amazon.com
The 'Hegel vs Genet' format Derrida uses in this piece to explore the traditional and the irreverent is beyond brilliant. "Glas" absolutely shaped my studies as a young philosophy student, and I still haven't been able to shake its grasp. If you're ever lucky enough to come across a print, or even just a photocopy of an excerpt, dive in!
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1000pp on EVERYTHING
le 27 février 2003 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Bearing in mind the sweet honey of Derida's style, with which he writes and absents himself, we can say that Derrida has shown Hegel to be the last philosopher of the book and the first thinker of writing by the economic grace of his utterly perverted relationship with his sister, starting with the B column on Genet, who was misconstrued by Bataille and so by Sartre. The rose pricks the eagle.