By Alberto Martinengo
Via now Jacques Derrida′s legacy has taken the shape of a veritable (post-)deconstructive Babel. Its lasting presence is marked through an important oscillation among the echoes of its prior luck and the claims of a considerably diversified sensibility. This quantity takes inventory of the talk in 3 major fields: philosophy, literary reports, and legislations. For all those people who are faced with the diversity of Derrida′s legacy this ebook serves as a useful map and takes a reconstructive method of movement past deconstruction
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To lose, here, is to quit, to leave metaphysics each time toward a new sense of ‘Being’ and ‘man’, if these names can still speak from their deep silence. Free from metaphysics, ‘Being’ and ‘man’ take on another aspect in this domain. Now, this domain still means in 1957 ‘to build’ or ‘to construct’ (Bauen): am Bau dieses in sich schwingenden Bereiches bauen. 34 What does it mean, Bauen, or am Bau bauen, ‘to work at building’ the domain? ‘Building’ is no longer metaphysical, it can no longer receive its meaning from any presupposed ‘foundation’.
We can deconstruct the subject if it deconstructs itself. We can find self-deconstruction in everyday life and across a range of recent and present-day ideologies, as it happened some years ago. People cross themselves out like a text pencilling out its own effects of meaning. French television successfully aired the American show Persons Unknown wherein comic rhetoric consists precisely in denying the characters’ own properties of interlocution. The qualities of this kind of contemporary subject seem to destroy effects of meaning at the point of producing them.
They live a dangerous schizophrenic double-life. But those external identities and the constancy of character are generally now lived out as destinies. The phenomenon connects with the steady loss of possibilities in present-day society. You are born in the dirt; you stay in the dirt. Individuals dive into constraining external identities, the kind Communitarianism seems to sustain, because they cannot detach themselves from those same identities. These identities shape individuals; they make them conformists by controlling the shape of their bodies and the shape of their attitudes.
Beyond Deconstruction: From Hermeneutics to Reconstruction by Alberto Martinengo