Definition of Jacques Derrida
1. Noun. French philosopher and critic (born in Algeria); exponent of deconstructionism (1930-2004).
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Literary usage of Jacques Derrida
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Shame about the Title: Poems that Point and Snicker by Matt Fitzgerald (1994)
"—Jacques Derrida * Lamentably, I could not muster enough energy to track down the exact quote, hence this is only a paraphrase. Is that bad? ..."
2. The Socius of Architecture: Amsterdam, Tokyo, New York by Arie Graafland (2000)
"8 Jacques Derrida, 'A letter to Peter Eisenman', and Peter Eisenman, 'Post/El Cards; a reply to Jacques Derrida', in An exchange between Jacques ..."
3. Passive Tranquility: The Sculpture of Filippo Della Valle by Vernon Hyde Minor (1997)
"Kant's discussion of the parergon, or frame, has led Jacques Derrida to further, ... 25 Jacques Derrida, The Truth in Painting, trans. ..."
4. Fifty Poems of Attar by Farid Al-Din Attar (2007)
"As philosopher Jacques Derrida (who coined the term 'deconstruction' for such an approach) may have it, in Attar's poetry there is no difference between ..."
5. Architectural Bodies by Ad Graafland, Michael Speaks (1996)
"5 See Jacques Derrida, 'Point de Folie - Maintenant 1'Architecture.' in Forum 1988. no. 2, p. 17: previously published in Bernard Tschumi. La Case Vide. ..."