This book explores the importance of Jacques Derrida in French philosophy and France's idea of what studying 'philosophy' might mean after the student uprisings of 1968. It discusses the GREPH's significance in relation to some of the issues around Derrida's American context of reception.
1. Situating Greph 2. Politics and Reform: Radicals and Conservatives 3. The Double Strategy 4. Reine ou rien': The Extension of Philosophy 5. The Insistence on Philosophy 6. Concluding Remarks