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By Alberto Martinengo

By means of now Jacques Derrida′s legacy has taken the shape of a veritable (post-)deconstructive Babel. Its lasting presence is marked through an important oscillation among the echoes of its past luck and the claims of a appreciably diverse sensibility. This quantity takes inventory of the debate in 3 major fields: philosophy, literary reports, and legislations. For all people who find themselves faced with the range of Derrida′s legacy this booklet serves as a useful map and takes a reconstructive method of flow past deconstruction

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35 Language is the 32 33 34 35 Heidegger Heidegger Heidegger Heidegger 2006, 2006, 2006, 2006, 45. 46. 46. 46 – 47. Leaving Philosophy? Heidegger, Bauen, Lassen 25 source and provides what will make building possible, while thought will trust its silence to receive it from language. From now, building will begin with language and deploy itself within language. But in what sense is language a source? ’36 Nothing refers such a construction to what it was under metaphysics. Nothing continues to tie it to what was the ‘philosophical’ building, except perhaps destruction, the unique path that will have led to it without itself inaugurating the new domain, leading to something beyond itself.

6 You can’t get more German-idealistic than that. It is here that deconstruction shows its equivocal character, and its uses appear only metaphorical. It is widely understood that deconstruction appears first of all for Derrida as a way of analysing text; it helps to clear up significations that are out of control, shifts in meaning and internal cracks in a piece of writing. This essay, on the one hand, does not lament the language incapacity to engulf meaning, but intends to show that we cannot dominate it; on the other hand, the hallmark of ide4 5 6 Frank 1975, 283.

They are perpetually saying: ‘We are nothing at all’, ‘we are disposable’, ‘we feel as if we were always too expensive’. Sickness or suicide at work appears to be a narrative of the internal crack within human subjects. Nervous collapse is not only a fear of being unable to sustain the rhythm; it is also an indication of guilt, which opposes the requirement to project oneself into the future. Fearing uncertainty and feeling guilty prevent subjects from taking chances and consequently opposing the so-called management of innovation.

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