By Rudolf Bernet (auth.), William R. McKenna, J. Claude Evans (eds.)
Derrida and Phenomenology is a suite of essays by way of quite a few authors, fullyyt dedicated to Jacques Derrida's writing on Edmund Husserl's phenomenology. It provides quite a lot of reactions to these writings, either severe and supportive, and comprises many in-depth reports.
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 encompasses a bibliography of modern suitable literature.
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1, 25/1, 270; the translation of Husser! has been modified). Reading the generality of the account of motivation into the definition of indication, which is facilitated by Derrida's silently reading them in reverse order, distorts HusserI's text, since the definition of indication refers not to motivation in general, but to noninsightful motivation, and the insight in question is clearly insight into logical connections. " Rather than relating HusserI's reference (in the first sentence of §3) to the "generality" of his sketch ofthe phenomenological situation to the immediately preceding sentences (at the end of §2) on the "because" of motivation, which did indeed cover more than indication, Derrida relates it to the definition of indication itself.
That is, is his view true or is it false? And are there considerations which can be stated in the form of propositions (indicative sentences) that can be known to be true and that logically entail, or render significantly probable, either the view of ideal being which Derrida 23 W. R. McKenna and J, C. ), Derrida and Phenomenology, 23-41. © 1995 Kluwer Academic Publishers . 24 DALLAS WILLARD maintains or its negation? What would be the results of an appraisal of Derrida's position on this matter from the viewpoint of standard logic?
It is simply to point out as irrelevant certain problems about how universals relate to their instances or to knowledge thereof, 10 Edmund Husser), Aufsatze und Rezensionen (1890-1910), Husserliana XXII, (The Hague : Martinus Nijhoff, 1979), 156-57. " To be, entities do not, in general, have to be some where. Accordingly, the inference repeatedly drawn by Derrida (OG 75 and elsewhere) that, for Husserl, ideal objects must be created and developed in history, since they do not "descend from heaven"(from atopos ouranios) is just an astonishingfaux pas.