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By Alberto Martinengo

Through now Jacques Derrida′s legacy has taken the shape of a veritable (post-)deconstructive Babel. Its lasting presence is marked by way of an important oscillation among the echoes of its prior good fortune and the claims of a significantly diverse sensibility. This quantity takes inventory of the talk in 3 major fields: philosophy, literary reports, and legislations. For all those who find themselves faced with the range of Derrida′s legacy this publication serves as a useful map and takes a reconstructive method of stream past deconstruction

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Free from metaphysics, ‘Being’ and ‘man’ take on another aspect in this domain. Now, this domain still means in 1957 ‘to build’ or ‘to construct’ (Bauen): am Bau dieses in sich schwingenden Bereiches bauen. 34 What does it mean, Bauen, or am Bau bauen, ‘to work at building’ the domain? ‘Building’ is no longer metaphysical, it can no longer receive its meaning from any presupposed ‘foundation’. Without doubt, this oscillation or floating is the sign of the new fragility of the domain, which is no longer established on a secure basis.

Does It Make Sense to Speak about Deconstructing the Subject? 41 alism is the pretence of taming it. Without loss of meaning, can we remove ourselves from textual analysis and speak about deconstructing a nation or even a human subject? This query relies on the idea that these realities are also effects of meaning, which are governed by regimes of meaning not totally consistent, in themselves nor between themselves. This is precisely the metaphor that seems to govern Derrida’s metaphorical use of deconstruction, that is, the metaphor of the plurality of languages.

According to deconstruction, the big metaphysical tradition makes itself responsible for setting the features of this face: according to this tradition, it is the face of the presence. This presence is one that philosophy acknowledges as fundamental in its multiple sense: presence before a subject, of course, but also presence of this subject to himself, as well as temporal present and/or donation or gift; together with these the presence as origin and beginning – from which what is absent comes to be regarded as product and derivation – must also be distinguished.

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