General Editors' Note

Anderson, Nicole; Mansfield, Nick
November 2013
Derrida Today;Nov2013, Vol. 6 Issue 2, pv
Academic Journal
The article discusses the aim of the journal "Derrida Today." The journal is aimed towards using the relevance of French philosopher Jacques Derrida's work to the present intellectual, cultural and political situations. The journal is expected to promote the ethical commitment of deconstruction in the work of Derrida. The journal is looking to consider work that is rigorous and provocative, exact and experimental.


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