5 edition of The Jewish Derrida (The Library of Jewish Philosophy) found in the catalog.
by Syracuse University Press
Written in English
|Contributions||Peretz Kidron (Translator)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||201|
Early in , the Princeton University Library acquired the personal working library of Algerian-Born French Jewish philosopher Jacques Derrida (). The collection consists of the library of the Derrida household, including Jacques Derrida's working library as well as books belonging, jointly or separately, to Jacques and Marguerite. Who Was Jacques Derrida? is the first intellectual biography of Derrida, the first full-scale appraisal of his career, his influence, and his philosophical roots. It is also the first attempt to define his crucial importance as the ambassador of "theory," the phenomenon that has had a profound influence on academic life in the humanities.
CHAPTER 1. The Apophatic §1. God Is Not différance. An Impossible Situation. The messianic tone of deconstruction was not at all evident at the start. Instead, in the midst of what looked more like a certain Nietzschean tone recently adopted in French philosophy in the s, Derrida was visited with a suggestive "objection" that occasioned his first encounter with theology. To the Editor: John Sturrock, in his review of Jacques Derrida's ''Glas'' (Sept. 13), betrays his ignorance of a fundamental core of Western literature and civilization when he says he is baffled.
Based on Jewish law's emphasis on matrilineal descent, even religiously conservative Orthodox Jewish authorities would accept an atheist born to a Jewish mother as fully Jewish. A study found that half of all American Jews have doubts about the existence . For better or worse, Derrida continues to be a dominant figure in the academic humanities. There's a steady stream of books about and by him (during his life Derrida published about seventy books; there have been at least a half-dozen more since he died, six years ago). Most of the books about Derrida take him as gospel truth, claiming that he uncovered, for the first time, an .
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1 Last Jew 9 Mono-identity of the Other 15 Shibboleth of Evil 19 L'autre Kippa 30 Derrida's "Yom Coupure" 43 Countenance Averted 51 Place of Makom 63 Tower of Babel 68 Scroll of Eros and Death 75 Ruins 81 Fire 92 Derrida's Sacrificial Offering Derrida's Ruah Judaism and Death The Jewish Derrida is a book by an obvious outsider to Judaism whose conception of Judaism is based on the celebration of outsider status.
That is to say, it is based on the well-known European cliched constructions of "the wandering Jew" or the "Jew as other," in contrast to an informed understanding of any actual Judaism. In the Israeli school system, the fact that Derrida was born to a Jewish mother (an Algerian, to boot!) is a thousand times more important than his work and its cultural context.
Ram Fruman Published on The Palestinian Nakba and the Arab-Jewish Melancholy: An Essay on Sovereignty and Translation Yehouda Shenhav, 48 3. The Ends of Ladino Andrew Bush, 65 4. The Last Jewish Intellectual: Derrida and His Literary Betrayal of Levinas Sarah Hammerschlag, 88 5.
Jews, in Theory Sergey Dolgopolski, 6. The Jewish Animot: Of Jews as Animals Jay. Derrida has a complex and ambiguous Jewish identity despite being “a leftist Parisian intellectual, a secularist and an atheist” (Caputoxxiii).
Derrida was born into a Sephardic Jewish family that immigrated to Algeria from Spain in the nineteenth century. Acts of Religion Book Summary: Acts of Religion, compiled in close association with Jacques Derrida, brings together for the first time a number of Derrida's writings on religion and questions of faith and their relation to philosophy and political culture.
The essays discuss religious texts from Jewish, Christian, and Muslim traditions, as. Derrida, whose philosophy of deconstruction is one of the most influential intellectual movements of our time, has rarely written on explicitly Jewish themes and sources.
However, the question of his “Jewishness” has generated great debate, resulting in symposia, articles, and at least one book, Gideon Ofrat’s, The Jewish Derrida.
The Young Derrida is a magnificent book.' Leonard Lawlor - Sparks Professor of Philosophy, Pennsylvania State University 'Drawing on a wealth of previously untapped sources and displaying a sure-handed command of postwar French philosophy and theology, Edward Baring presents us with a new and arresting interpretation of Derrida's origins.
The book arrived on time and in perfect condition. I bought it because I was working in Derrida's link's with Judaism, but I find the authors approach to the subject is more a"psychological" than a philosophical one.
However, it could be useful to explore the contexts in wich Derrida talks about Jewish themes, figures and metaphors Cited by: With this text, Derrida adds his voice to a growing chorus of Jewish thinkers who have interrogated their relationship to Zionism and to the state that claims to.
Hélène Cixous’s book, “Portrait of Jacques Derrida as a Young Jewish Saint” — part memoir, part exploration of friendship and part amplification of Derridean themes — is an attempt to. In the book I consider the way in which both thinkers formulate their project in direct relation to his legacy, how Levinas’s conception of being Jewish is formulated as a response to Heidegger’s Dasein and how Derrida’s thinking particularly about American literature is formulated as a response to Heidegger’s disparaging of those forms.
Jacques Derrida, the founder of “deconstructionism” who died recently in Paris, will be remembered as one of the most important philosophers and Jewish thinkers of the past century.
Derrida. Derrida book. Read 20 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. This biography of Jacques Derrida (–) tells the story of a Jewish b /5(20). Richard Cohen asks in his review of Ofrat’s book, since Derrida’s so-called Judaism is not based on “belief, profession, practice, learning culture or self-identification in what sense are we inclined to think that his thought must be or is in any way Jewish?”(“Review of The Jewish Derrida,” Shofar, Vol.
21, No. 2, (Winter, Cixous\'s kaleidoscopic portrait effortlessly merges biography, textual commentary, and discussions of Jewish rituals and past philosophers in a playful exploration of Derrida, his works, and being (or not being) Jewish.\" \"Derrida, who died inand Cixous were. In Portrait of Jacques Derrida as a Young Jewish Saint, French feminist philosopher Hélène Cixous follows the intertwined threads of Jewishness and non-Jewishness that play through the life and works of one of the greatest living philosophers.
Cixous is a lifelong friend of Derrida. Messianicity and the Right to Live in Derrida’s Death. Agata Bielik-Robson, University of Nottingham, Theology and Religious Studies Department, Faculty Member.
Studies Philosophy Of Religion. Agata Bielik-Robson, Professor of Jewish Studies, looks at the notion of human finitude and offer a challenge to the views of Martin Heidegger.
Focussing on key figures of late modern, twentieth century Jewish thought; Hermann Cohen, Gershom Scholem, Walter Benjamin, Franz Rosenzweig, Theodor Adorno, Ernst Bloch, Jacob Taubes, Emmanuel Levinas and Jacques Derrida, this book demonstrates how their respective manners of conceptualization swerve from the philosophical mainstream along the.
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Cohen.Google map location Syracuse, New York ; ; f: ; [email protected] Edward Baring is Assistant Professor in Modern Europe an Intellectual and Cultural History at Drew University. He is the author of The Young Derrida and French Philosophy, – (Cambridge University Press, ), which won the Morris D.
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