Memorias para Paul de Man

Memorias para Paul de Man - Jacques Derrida - Editorial Gedisa
Publisher name: 
Editorial Gedisa
Year of publication: 
1998
Pages: 
248

In these memoirs, the renowned philosopher and literary theorist Jacques Derrida reflects on his friend Paul de Man under the deep emotion of his recent death. With the quiet sadness of knowing that the real duel can only be an "impossible mourning" slogan major source of inspiration who came to be called the "Hölderlin United States." Derrida speaks of "the future of what was bequeathed and promised by the work of Paul de Man ', and crosses his great essays on the role of metaphor and allegory. On Heidegger, Hegel, Hölderlin and Rousseau, on the principles of deconstruction, theory that Man made essential contributions. Memories Paul de Man is the first book that analyzes the work of Paul de Man late. But we also find here the emergence of innovative ideas of Derrida on the meaning of memory on the role of narrating the memories and semantic changes experienced this word in your tran...read more

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