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Textualities
Between Hermeneutics and Deconstruction





ISBN 9780415908191
Published May 3, 1994 by Routledge
288 Pages

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First published in 1994. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Table of Contents

INTRODUCTORY REMARKS; Part I Continental Philosophy and the Texture of Theory; Chapter 1 From Hermeneutics to Deconstruction; Chapter 2 SEMIOTICS AND HERMENEUTICS; Chapter 3 HERMENEUTICS AND INTERROGATION; Chapter 4 INTERROGATION AND DECONSTRUCTION; Part II Toward a Theory of Textuality; Chapter 5 ENFRAMING THE WORK OF ART; Chapter 6 WRITING AT THE EDGE OF METAPHYSICS; Chapter 7 T EXTUALITY AND LITERARY THEORY; Chapter 8 THE LANGUAGE OF TEXTUALITY; Part III Autobiographical Textualities; Chapter 9 AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL TEXTUALITY AND THOREAU'S W ALDEN; Chapter 10 TRACES OF AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL TEXTUALITY IN NIETZSCHE's ECCE HOMO; Chapter 11 THE TIME OF AUTOBIOGRAPHY Lévi-Strauss's Tristes Tropiques; Chapter 12 THE SELF -INSCRIPTIONS OF SARTRE AND BARTHES; Chapter 13 THE AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL TEXTUALITY OF HEIDEGGER'S SHOES; Part IV Visible/Scriptive Textualities; Chapter 14 THE PHOTOBIOGRAPHICAL TEXTUALITY OF THE PHILOSOPHER'S BODY; Chapter 15 THE VISIBILITY OF SELF -PORTRAITURE; Chapter 16 THE TEXT OF THE SPEAKING SUBJECT; Chapter 17 WRITING ON WRITING; Part V The Institution(s) of Philosophy as Textualities; Chapter 18 ON THE UNIVERSITY; Chapter 19 ON PHILOSOPHICAL DISCOURSE; Chapter 20 ON THE TIME OF THE LINE; Chapter 21 ON THE ORIGIN ( S ) OF HISTORY; Chapter 22 PHILOSOPHY HAS ITS REASONS … NOTES BIBLIOGRAPHY A BOUT THE AUTHOR INDEX;

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Biography

Silverman Hugh J.

Reviews

"Textualities is a book to be read both as an historical journey into the recent philosophy of he text and as an effort to conciliate theoretical directions that have sometimes seemed to be at war, or which have simply become dated." -- The Comparatist, Vol 20 (1996): 196