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Nietzsche: philosophy and deconstruction

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Plato, Heidegger

Norris, C. (1982). Nietzsche: philosophy and deconstruction. In Norris, C. Deconstruction: Theory and Practice. Methuen, pp. 56-73

(adjective) deadly or pernicious in influence / (adjective) foreboding or threatening evil

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no doubt exercised some baleful influence

Nietzsche, on Hitler

—p.56 by Christopher Norris
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no doubt exercised some baleful influence

Nietzsche, on Hitler

—p.56 by Christopher Norris
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the theory and methodology of interpretation, especially the interpretation of biblical texts, wisdom literature, and philosophical texts

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'Hermeneutics', as Heidegger conceived it, was the founding philosophy of all interpretation, an attempt to provide the human sciences with a self-understanding adequate to their task

—p.68 by Christopher Norris
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'Hermeneutics', as Heidegger conceived it, was the founding philosophy of all interpretation, an attempt to provide the human sciences with a self-understanding adequate to their task

—p.68 by Christopher Norris
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under erasure: a strategic philosophical device originally developed by Martin Heidegger; involves the crossing out of a word within a text, but allowing it to remain legible and in place; used extensively by Jacques Derrida in his philosophy of deconstruction to signify that a word is "inadequate yet necessary

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This is the device of placing words sous rature or 'under erasure', signified by crossing them through in the text and thus warning the reader not to accept them at philosophic face value

—p.69 by Christopher Norris
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This is the device of placing words sous rature or 'under erasure', signified by crossing them through in the text and thus warning the reader not to accept them at philosophic face value

—p.69 by Christopher Norris
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3 years, 7 months ago

(adjective) of, relating to, or characterized by play; playful

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This ludic or playful dimension is very much a part of Derrida's refusal to subjugate 'writing' to 'philosophy'

—p.70 by Christopher Norris
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This ludic or playful dimension is very much a part of Derrida's refusal to subjugate 'writing' to 'philosophy'

—p.70 by Christopher Norris
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3 years, 7 months ago