Tag: Derrida

  • One More Z/P Goodie: Nature, Culture, and the Displacement of Time

    On Slavoj Zizek and Jordan Peterson: Nature, Culture, and the Displacement of Time On Slavoj Zizek and Jordan Peterson: Nature, Culture, and the Displacement of Time — Read on iambobbyy.com/2019/04/27/on-slavoj-zizek-and-jordan-peterson-nature-culture-and-the-displacement-of-time/ It appears that the people who really do use their thinking skills took a little longer for their comments. Here is another goodie. Bobby gets a […]

  • On Derrida: Voice and Phenomenon

    On Derrida: Voice and Phenomenon On Derrida: Voice and Phenomenon — Read on iambobbyy.com/2019/03/10/on-derrida-voice-and-phenomenon/ Interesting conventional small exegesis of Derrida. I think it shows where Derrida fits into time in contrast to what a subject might be doing at any time. The subject of Derrida is exhibiting a particular moment of time; he is not describing […]

  • Writing Before the Letter: Jacques Derrida and Deconstruction

    Writing Before the Letter: Jacques Derrida and Deconstruction Writing Before the Letter: Jacques Derrida and Deconstruction — Read on iambobbyy.com/2019/02/03/writing-before-the-letter-jacques-derrida-and-deconstruction/ I am always curious of philosophical bloggers who post an essay but then do not except comments. I suppose my curiosity is piqued more when I have something to say about it. For example this essay. […]

  • Risk 2…

    Risk 2…

    So what do I mean when I talk about Heidegger’s risk and his support of nationalistSocialism?  Right off, I definitely do not mean that ones philosophy should be founded in a type of social activism. Indeed philosophy in the loose sense in the larger sense can be said to be a kind of Political philosophy, […]

  • The Question: Of Darkness. 

    The Question of Derrida’s Heidegger is ironically (as they even say) the question itself, which should not be generalized into a ‘common human sort of being’; that question is a response within the consistency that Derrida exposes as failing (decadence). Rather; the question voiced to its particularity that has been obscured  (darkened) by the ‘common’ […]

  • Of Spirit and Repetition.

    Heidegger denounces, then, a “spiritual decadence” (geis­ tigen Verfall). Peoples are in the process of losing their last “spiritual forces” through this. This last expression returns often. The Verfall of spirit cannot allow itself to be thought other than in its relation to the destiny of being. If, in ques­ tioning, the experience of spirit […]