Discovering the Meat of Of Grammatology: ‘Il n’y a pas de hors-texte’

The consequence of meddling with indiscretion is loss. Being able to recite from memory and comprehending through adaptation are two distinct qualities. The first requires no intelligence. The latter requires an intelligence outside and beyond that of the former quality. To comprehend through adaptation, then, includes but is not limited to recitation from memory. Recitation … More Discovering the Meat of Of Grammatology: ‘Il n’y a pas de hors-texte’

More Interpretations of Derrida and Understanding the Implications of Michael Brown’s Death

Derrida writes in a very lucid language, so much so one can lose sanity in comprehending the meanings of his many ideas and concepts. For such complicated ideas, he uses an awfully accessible language, leaving some of us wondering what the enigma of reading Derrida constitutes. Man and alien alike are drawn to the difficulty … More More Interpretations of Derrida and Understanding the Implications of Michael Brown’s Death

Journaling Derrida and Other Topics

My discourse on deconstruction comes from journaling Derrida’s ideas and my own interpretation of his ideas as taken from his book Of Grammatology. There are also tangents within this journal on different contemporary topics. Deconstruction is more than a way of viewing different subjects; more than a perspective on certain applicable topics with which a … More Journaling Derrida and Other Topics