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Post-Structural Philosophy in France By Alexander Diakov
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Professor A. Dyakov devoted his book to French post structuralism. He presents it as an integral philosophy, very organically related to the development of philosophical thought in France in the past... More > century. All the concepts described in the book live their own independent lives, connecting into a single mosaic tapestry that shows the dynamic in the creative growth in the ideas of such great philosophers as Michel Foucault, Jaque Derrida, Roland Bart, Julia Kristeva, Gilles Deleuze, Felix Guattari, Jean Baudrillar . Jacques Lacan and others.< Less
A Rationalist Critique of Deconstruction: Demystifying Poststructuralism and Derrida's Science of the "Non" By Morgan Brown
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In A Rationalist Critique of Deconstruction: Demystifying Poststructuralism and Derrida's Science of the "Non," Morgan A. Brown engages in the most thorough criticism of Deconstruction and... More > Structuralism to date, working from the standpoint of rationalist philosophy. Not only does he outline exactly what Deconstruction is, but he also outlines the methodology at the root of Jacques Derrida's pet philosophy of language. Brown draws amply from the insights of Austrian Economics in the tradition of Ludwig von Mises and Friedrich A. Hayek, and he guides the reader through his critique with a self-consistent structure of methodical argumentation. Part epistemology, part linguistics, and part microeconomic theory, the book is a veritable textbook for the Humanities and a handy reference for the libertarian and conservative intellectual. Deconstruction is best examined through the lens of microeconomic rationalism, since Derrida's theory is at base a literary incarnation of Vilfredo Pareto's Indifference Theory.< Less
A Rationalist Critique of Deconstruction: Demystifying Poststructuralism and Derrida's Science of the "Non" By Morgan Brown
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In a Rationalist Critique of Deconstruction, Morgan A. Brown engages in the most thorough criticism of Deconstruction and Structuralism to date, working from the standpoint of rationalist philosophy.... More > Not only does he outline exactly what Deconstruction is, but he also outlines the methodology at the root of Jacques Derrida's pet philosophy of language. Brown draws amply from the insights of Austrian Economics in the tradition of Ludwig von Mises and Friedrich A. Hayek, and guides the reader through his critique with a self-consistent structure of methodical argumentation. Part epistemology, part linguistics, and part microeconomic theory, the book is a veritable textbook for the Humanities and a handy reference for the libertarian and conservative intellectual. Deconstruction is best examined through the lens of microeconomic rationalism, since Derrida's theory is at base a literary incarnation of Vilfredo Pareto's Indifference Theory.< Less
"Where Do You Come From?" By Adrien Grady
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The term ‘mixed’ has seen a recent acceptance as a category for ethnic identification and has since been implemented in ethnic surveys and the 2001 national census. There has been an... More > increase in awareness of people who identify as neither black nor white and also its academic research, across a range of disciplines. This dissertation aims to examine the foundations of the term ‘mixed race’ as appearing to exist between fixed racial boundaries whilst simultaneously existing to police and maintain them. The research examines the way in which poststructuralism can serve to help in our understanding of the construction of ethnic identity in people who negotiate a multitude of influences. As more and more individuals choose to identify as 'mixed' we must consider the future for our perceptions of 'race' and ethnicity whilst considering the implications of these hybrid identities as grounds for cultural contestation.< Less
"Where Do You Come From?" By Adrien Grady
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The term ‘mixed’ has seen a recent acceptance as a category for ethnic identification and has since been implemented in ethnic surveys and the 2001 national census. There has been an... More > increase in awareness of people who identify as neither black nor white and also its academic research, across a range of disciplines. This dissertation aims to examine the foundations of the term ‘mixed race’ as appearing to exist between fixed racial boundaries whilst simultaneously existing to police and maintain them. The research examines the way in which poststructuralism can serve to help in our understanding of the construction of ethnic identity in people who negotiate a multitude of influences. As more and more individuals choose to identify as 'mixed' we must consider the future for our perceptions of 'race' and ethnicity whilst considering the implications of these hybrid identities as grounds for cultural contestation.< Less
Post Structuralism By Jeff Eaton
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Twenty four color photographs were made on a walk through parts of New York City. The phrase "Post Structuralism" is taken literally as the book frames photographs of structures composed of... More > posts. Jeff Eaton's critical stance is for a critique of the philosophical attitude of Post Structuralism, while simultaneously embracing an indebtedness to its logical and aesthetic contributions.< Less
'Where Do You Come From?' Toward a poststructuralist understanding of mixed ethnicity By Adrien Grady
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The term ‘mixed’ has seen a recent acceptance as a category for ethnic identification and has since been implemented in ethnic surveys and the 2001 national census. There has been an... More > increase in awareness of people who identify as neither black nor white and also its academic research, across a range of disciplines. This dissertation aims to examine the foundations of the term ‘mixed race’ as appearing to exist between fixed racial boundaries whilst simultaneously existing to police and maintain them. The research examines the way in which poststructuralism can serve to help in our understanding of the construction of ethnic identity in people who negotiate a multitude of influences. As more and more individuals choose to identify as 'mixed' we must consider the future for our perceptions of 'race' and ethnicity whilst considering the implications of these hybrid identities as grounds for cultural contestation.< Less
'Where Do You Come From?' Toward a poststructuralist understanding of mixed ethnicity By Adrien Grady
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The term ‘mixed’ has seen a recent acceptance as a category for ethnic identification and has since been implemented in ethnic surveys and the 2001 national census. There has been an... More > increase in awareness of people who identify as neither black nor white and also its academic research, across a range of disciplines. This dissertation aims to examine the foundations of the term ‘mixed race’ as appearing to exist between fixed racial boundaries whilst simultaneously existing to police and maintain them. The research examines the way in which poststructuralism can serve to help in our understanding of the construction of ethnic identity in people who negotiate a multitude of influences. As more and more individuals choose to identify as 'mixed' we must consider the future for our perceptions of 'race' and ethnicity whilst considering the implications of these hybrid identities as grounds for cultural contestation.< Less
Hermeneutic Circlejerk By carolyn gage
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A farcical satire on the founding of postmodern theory by two philosophers with a public history of pro-pedophilia activism. Is it just a coincidence that postmodernism deconstructs... More > "children," or could that be the raison d'etre of this philosophy?< Less
Hermeneutic Circlejerk By carolyn gage
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A farcical satire on the founding of postmodern theory by two philosophers with a public history of pro-pedophilia activism. Is it just a coincidence that postmodernism deconstructs... More > "children," or could that be the raison d'etre of this philosophy?< Less