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    Derrida and the Child: Ethics, Pathos, Property, Risk.Stephen Thomson - 2003 - Oxford Literary Review 25 (1):337-359.
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    Derrida Somnambule.Stephen Thomson - 2021 - Angelaki 26 (5):101-116.
    Sleepwalking may seem a plausibly deconstructive notion, and some commentators have adopted it as such. But, until quite late in Derrida’s writing, it figured as something against which deconstruct...
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  3. Ombudsmen as Courts.Stephen Thomson - forthcoming - Oxford Journal of Legal Studies.
    The non-judicial character of ombudsmen is viewed as their greatest asset, offering a more accessible, informal and flexible channel than courts for expressing grievances. Yet the Pensions Ombudsman has objected vigorously to its characterisation in the Chancery Division as ‘not a court’, pointing to a range of judicial qualities with which it has been statutorily invested. This raises the broader question of whether ombudsmen can be courts; a rarely considered characterisation. It is argued in this article that, although some ombudsmen (...)
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    Jeu D’Écarts: Derrida's Descartes.Stephen Thomson - 2017 - Oxford Literary Review 39 (2):189-209.
    This essay tracks the place of Descartes in Derrida's writing, from ‘Cogito et histoire de la folie’ to the late seminars on the beast and the sovereign. Through a heterodox reading of the Cogito, privileging its negative moment, Derrida's Descartes plays an important role in unsettling narratives of philosophical lineage, as well as complicating deconstruction's relationship with method, and with the questions of mastery which haunt Derrida's later work with particular emphasis. What is at stake is not just the mastery (...)
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    The Joy of Theory.Martin McQuillan, Graeme Macdonald, Robin Purves & Stephen Thomson - unknown
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