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Deconstruction: A Reader by Martin McQuillan

Deconstruction: A Reader

by Martin McQuillan

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Philosophers "do" "it", literary critics "do" "it", even architects, poets, painters "do" "it". It can involve the concepts of capital, politics, and justice. So what, after all, is deconstruction? This title makes an answer to this question available by offering a range of useful texts. With more than 60 selections by 50 contributors, including nine pieces by Jacques Derrida, this anthology of deconstructive reading demonstrates that deconstruction is vivid, surprising, varied, and true to the text.

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