Tracing Dao: A Comparison of _Dao_ 道 in the Daoist Classics and Derridean “Trace”

Comparative and Continental Philosophy 12 (1):53-65 (2020)
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This paper attempts to draw a comparison between Derrida’s idea of “trace” (in connection to the more famous notions of différance, supplement, and deconstruction) and the idea of dao 道 in classica...



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