This chapter explores two major parts of Derrida's thought, both early and late. The major parts of Derrida's thought include his longstanding distance from the category of the human and his departure from Husserlian phenomenology, especially when viewed in the context of the more general response Husserl's thought has received in the phenomenological tradition.
Keywords: Jacques Derrida; phenomenology; human; Husserlian phenomenology; phenomenological tradition
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Subjects: Philosophy of Language
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