Jacques Derrida

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Jacques Derrida (born Jackie Élie Derrida; 1930–2004) was a French philosopher, known for developing a form of semiotic analysis known as deconstruction. He is one of the major figures associated with post-structuralism and postmodern philosophy.

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(in French unless noted otherwise)

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  • Marges de la philosophie, Paris: Minuit, 1972.
    • Margins of Philosophy, trans. Alan Bass, The Harvester Press, 1982, IA. (English)
  • La Dissemination, Paris: Seuil, 1972.
    • Dissemination, trans. Barbara Johnson, University of Chicago Press, 1981. (English)
    • Dissemination, trans. Hans-Dieter Gondek, Vienna: Passagen, 1995, IA, ARG. (German)
    • Diseminarea, trans. Cornel Mihai Ionescu, Bucharest: Univers Enciclopedic, 1997, 402 pp. [3] (Romanian)
  • L'Archeologie du frivole: Lire Condillac, Paris: Denoël/Gontheier, 1973; repr., Paris: Galilée, 1990.
  • Glas, Paris: Galilée, 1974.
    • Glas, trans. John P. Leavy Jr. and Richard Rand, University of Nebraska Press, 1986. (English)
    • Glas. Campana a morto, trans. Silvano Facioni, Milan: Bompiani, 2006. (Italian)
  • La vérité en peinture, Paris: Flammarion, 1978, 436 p.
  • with Pierre-Jean Labarriere, Alterites, Paris: Osiris, 1986.
  • Ulysse gramophone. Deux mots pour Joyce, Paris: Galilée, 1987, 142 pp, ARG. On Joyce and technology. "Deux mots pour Joyce" was first given as a talk at the Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris, in November 1982. "Ulysse gramophone" was first delivered as the opening address at the Ninth International James Joyce Symposium in Frankfurt am Main in 1984.
    • Ulysses Grammophon, Brinkmann & Bose, 1988. (German)
    • "Two Words for Joyce", trans. Geoffrey Bennington, in Post- Structuralist Joyce: Essays from the French, eds. Derek Attridge and Daniel Ferrer, Cambridge University Press, 1984, pp 145-159; repr. in Derrida and Joyce: Texts and Contexts, eds. Andrew J. Mitchell and Sam Slote, SUNY Press, 2013, (Introduction). (English)
    • "Ulysses Gramophone: Hear Say Yes In Joyce", trans. Tina Kendall, in Derrida, Acts of Literature, ed. Derek Attridge, Routledge, 1992, pp 253-309; trans. François Raffoul, in Derrida and Joyce: Texts and Contexts, eds. Andrew J. Mitchell and Sam Slote, SUNY Press, 2013. (English)
    • Uliks gramofon. Da-govor kod Džojsa, trans. Aleksandra Mančić Milić, intro. Novica Milić, Belgrade: Rad, 1997, 78 pp. (Serbian)
  • Psyche: Inventions de l'autre, Paris: Galilée, 1987.
  • Apories, Paris: Galilée, 1996.
    • Aporias, trans. Thomas Dutoit, Stanford University Press, 1993. (English)
  • with Gianni Vattimo (sous la direction de), La religion. Séminaire de Capri , Paris/Bari: Seuil/Laterza, 1996. Includes Foi et savoir. New edition includes Le siècle et le pardon (entretien avec Michel Wieviorka), first published in Monde des débats, no. 9 décembre 1999, Paris: Seuil, 2000.
  • with Maurizio Ferraris, Il Gusto del Segreto, Roma-Bari: Laterza and Figli Spa, 1997. (Italian)
    • A Taste for the Secret, trans. Giacomo Donis, ed. Giacomo Donis and David Webb, Cambridge: Polity, 2001, ARG. (English)
  • Papier Machine, Paris: Galilée, 2001.
  • The Work of Mourning, eds. Pascale-Anne Brault and Michael Naas, Chicago & London: Chicago University Press, 2001. (English)
  • Acts of Religion, ed. & intro. Gil Anidjar, London and New York: Routledge, 2002, ARG. (English)
  • Psyche: Inventions de l'autre, II, Paris: Galilée, 2003.
  • L'animal que donc je suis, Paris: Galilée, 2006.
  • Séminaire. Le bête et le souverain. Volume I (2001-2002), Paris: Galilée, 2008.
  • Séminaire. Le bête et le souverain. Volume II (2002-2003), Paris: Galilée, 2010.
  • Séminaire. La peine de mort. Volume 1 (1999-2000), Paris: Galilée, 2012.
  • Pardonner. L'impardonnable et l'imprescriptible, Paris: Galilée, 2012.

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Documentary[edit]

  • Memoires d'aveugle (Jacques Derrida) / Notes about the blind men (Jacques Derrida), dir. Jean-Paul Farge, 1991.

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