Where is the best place to start with Derrida?
Theres like two direct answers here and its still more worthwhile than that shitfest.
Are funny Camille Paglie names the dankest meme on the internet?
Daily reminder that Critical Theory and deconstructionism are poison.
I am skeptical about this guy. I remember reading an interview with a friend of Foucalt. He said that Foucalt wrote abstrusely to appeal to a french audience, but he was not like Derrida. I thought this made Derrida sound pretty bad.
I don't want to disparage someone I haven't read, but I am just a little bit nervous.
>Gnoticism teaches that human spirit was God, was cast to earth as a million points of light and is now trapped in the evil material. Only through the sufficient knowledge, can we return to be God. The process of being removed from God is called "alienation", a theme that should be familiar to students of Marx, even as he put a secular interpretation on it. Humanity could return to God when it achieved the perfect socialist condition.
Everything on that image is caustic to the mind. What are you on about?
If every individual thought those same things the world would slip into a howling wilderness. But neither of us want that. You'd rather keep those ideas to yourself because you enjoy the superiority you believe it gives you.