PHILOSOPHY 312: DERRIDA UN-LIMITED

(CONTEMPORARY EUROPEAN PHILOSOPHY)

Professor Hugh J. Silverman

Department of Philosophy

Stony Brook University

Spring Semester 2006

Mon & Wed 5:20-6:40


These notes are prepared by Joe Son and Arsalan Memon (Teaching Assistants). They do not replace attendance in the class which is mandatory. They are to serve as a reminder and to assist students in understanding the readings and what is presented in class. (HJS)

LECTURE #01 PROTOCOL - 060125 (Introducing Derrida and Deconstruction)

LECTURE #02 PROTOCOL - 060130 (Introduction Continued: Deconstruction and Différance)

LECTURE #03 PROTOCOL - 060201 (Difference, Differance, and Différance)

LECTURE #04 PROTOCOL - 060206 (Introduction to Husserl's Phenomenology )

LECTURE #05 PROTOCOL - 060208 (Husserl's Phenomenology-continuted)

 

LECTURE #08 PROTOCOL - 060220 (Heidegger on Truth and Temporality)

LECTURE #09 PROTOCOL - 060222 (Ousia and Gramme: on Time and Temporality)

LECTURE #11 PROTOCOL - 060301 ( Revisiting Saussure’s Semiology)

 

 

 

 

 

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