Gathers Bennington's essays since the death of his friend Jacques Derrida in 2004. These 16 continue the work of elucidating Derrida's difficult and complex thought, often with reference to his persistent interrogation of the concepts of life and death, mourning and melancholia, and what he sometimes calls 'half-mourning'. Bennington relates these to the core concepts in Derrida's work: deconstruction and differance. Derrida's suspension of the end - in differance, in death - has wide-ranging consequences for our thinking and how we attempt to categorise that thinking, whether as epistemological, ethical, political, aesthetic.Not Half No End moves through Derrida's rich and varied corpus in a weave of styles, from the expository and analytical to the autobiographical and confessional, in the ongoing process of deconstruction.What we have tried to demonstrate following the guiding thread of the a#39;dangerous supplementa#39;, is that in what is called the real life ... This chapter was given as a plenary lecture in April 2006 to the Boston College Graduate Student Philosophy anbsp;...
|Title||:||Not Half No End: Militantly Melancholic Essays in Memory of Jacques Derrida|
|Publisher||:||Edinburgh University Press - 2010-02-10|