Imitation, Articulation, and Accent: Some More of Derrida’s Interpretations of Rousseau

Based on his reading of Rousseau, Derrida contends that music is not a structural body. In a previous post, I indicated that I think music is a structural body. I understand why Derrida comes to his conclusion, though. Rousseau writes that melody has been replaced with harmony, with the insinuation that originally, music was part … More Imitation, Articulation, and Accent: Some More of Derrida’s Interpretations of Rousseau