UPC: 9780823298402 | Perspectives in Continental Philosophy: Class Acts : Derrida on the Public Stage (Paperback)

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UPC: 9780823298402 | Perspectives in Continental Philosophy: Class Acts : Derrida on the Public Stage (Paperback)
UPC: 9780823298402 | Perspectives in Continental Philosophy: Class Acts : Derrida on the Public Stage (Paperback)

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Class Acts looks at two often neglected aspects of Derrida s work as a philosopher his public lectures and his teaching along with the question of the speech act that links them that is the question of what one is doing when one speaks in public in these ways. Class Acts examines two often neglected aspects of Jacques Derrida s work as a philosopher his public presentations at lectures and conferences and his teaching along with the question of the speech act that links them. What Michael Naas asks is one doing when one speaks in public in these ways? The book follows Derrida s itinerary with regard to speech act theory across three public lectures from 1971 to 1997 all given for reasons the book seeks to explain in Montreal. In these lectures Derrida elaborated his critique of J. L. Austin and his own subsequent redefinition of speech act theory. The book then gives an overview of Derrida s teaching career and his famous seminar presentations along with his own explicit reflections on pedagogy and educational institutions beginning in the mid-1970s. Naas then shows through a reading of three recently published seminars–on life death theory and practice and forgiveness–just how Derrida the teacher interrogated and deployed speech act theory in his seminars. Whether in a conference hall or a classroom Naas demonstrates Derrida was always interested in the way spoken or written words might do more than simply communicate some meaning or intent but might give rise to something like an event. Class Acts bears witness to the possibility of such events in Derrida s work as a pedagogue and a public intellectual.

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