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In 1982 in ‘Voice II…’ Jacques Derrida wrote: ‘Today, one often says “body” with the same degree of credulousness or dogmatism, at best with the same faith as, previously, one used to speak of “soul”’. Against such credulousness and…
parallax Join the Conversation on Unidentifiable Literary Objects
‘Who’ll ever be able to read a thing like this?’ (Jacques Derrida)
In H.C. pour la vie, c’est a dire… (2000/2006) Jacques Derrida describes his first reading of Hélène Cixous’s writing as an encounter with an ‘unidentifiable literary…