Derrida: Nature and Culture

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„Society, language, history, articulation, in a word supplementarity, are born at the same time as the prohibition of incest. That last is the hinge [brisure] between nature and culture.“ (p. 265) #Derrida #incest #hinge #nature #culture

Derrida, Jacques, Of Grammatology; übersetzt von Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak. Baltimore/London: The Johns Hopkins University Press 21997. 360 S., ISBN 0-8018-S83-S.

Derrida: The Moment of the Festival is the Moment of Pure Continuity

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„Rousseau’s festival excludes play. The moment of the festival is the moment of pure continuity, of in-differance between the time of desire and the time of pleasure. Before the festival, in the state of pure nature, there is no experience of the con­tinuous; after the festival the experience of the discontinuous begins; the festival is the model of the continuous experience.“ (p. 263) #Derrida #Rousseau #festival #continuity

Derrida, Jacques, Of Grammatology; übersetzt von Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak. Baltimore/London: The Johns Hopkins University Press 21997. 360 S., ISBN 0-8018-S83-S.

Derrida: Writing and Differance

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„From here on, I shall constantly reconfirm that writing is the other name of this differance.“ (p. 268) #Derrida #writing #differance

Derrida, Jacques, Of Grammatology; übersetzt von Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak. Baltimore/London: The Johns Hopkins University Press 21997. 360 S., ISBN 0-8018-S83-S.

Derrida: Das Fest und der Inzest

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„Vor dem Fest gab es keinen Inzest, weil es kein Inzestverbot und keine Gesellschaft gab. Nach dem Fest gibt es keinen Inzest mehr, weil er verboten ist. […] Das Fest selbst wäre der Inzest selbst, wofern etwas Derartiges – selbststattfinden könnte“. (p. 451/457, passim) #Derrida #Fest #Inzest #Inzestverbot

Derrida, Jacques, Grammatologie. Frankfurt/M.: Suhrkamp 1974.