Methodological profile of deconstruction general setting
Metodološki profil dekonstrukcije opće postavljanje
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This paper addresses the possibility of deconstruction as a method. On many different occasions, Derrida rejected the possibility of deconstruction as a new method of reading and interpreting because, every time, it adapts to the discourse to which it relates, but he also attempted not to include in it anything that was not already marked or announced by its existing organization. Nevertheless, simultaneously, he acknowledges the fact that some elements, rules, and procedures may, and even have to be, repeated and transferred from one text to another, in the extent to which they repeat and reproduce typically logocentric relations, such as those between inside and outside, or between centre and margin. This duplicity is then examined as a difference between the immanent and transcendent criticism. According to Derrida, the point is that these two approaches intertwine and interplay in such a way that it is being done in a space neither wholly inside nor completely outside the sense uni...ts that they affect – on the margin. In addition, all of this, eventually, is displayed as a draft for a general strategy of deconstruction.
Keywords:Commentary / Deconstruction / Immanence / Jacques derrida / Margin / Method / Methodology / Transcendence
Source:Filozofska Istrazivanja, 2018, 38, 3, 625-635
- Hrvatsko Filozofsko Drustvo