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Acknowledgments Introduction: The Origins of Responsibility 1. Aristotle and What Is "Up to Us": Responsibility as Voluntariness 2. Responsibility as Absolute Spontaneity: Kant and Transcendental… Continue Reading
Derrida insiste souvent sur le fait que l’ethique (« si elle existe », comme il l’ajoute souvent) doit etre l’epreuve, l’experience et la traversee d’une aporie, d’un certain impossible. Une formule… Continue Reading
It may well be the case that deconstruction ought to be described as aporetic thinking. In a late text, for example, Derrida himself referred to ‘all the aporias or the “im-possibles” taken up by… Continue Reading
'It is a real joy to be guided by Francoise Dastur in a reading of Heidegger's "Being and Time", one of the greatest books of this century. With an exceptional competence, rigorous analysis, and a… Continue Reading
Preliminary Table of Contents: Translators' Foreword Seminar in Le Thor 1966 Seminar in Le Thor 1968 Seminar in Le Thor 1969 Seminar in Zahringen 1973 German Translator's Afterword to Vier Seminare… Continue Reading