Apparitions of 'Freedom' (the Word)

Derrida Today 5 (1):39-54 (2012)
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Abstract

Derrida thematises his writing through a change of perspective which moves from very detailed examination of an argument to more general statements. This paper is a consideration of how Derrida anchors his close attention to the detail of an argument in a wider philosophical-historical and indeed social framework. In this paper, the word in question is ‘freedom’, discussed with the philosopher and psychoanalyst Elisabeth Roudinesco; this paper moves back chronologically to Force of Law, and finally to a passage in Of Grammatology to demonstrate that in Derrida's work from early to late there is a web of reflection about freedom

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