Volume 38, Numbers 1-2, Spring-Summer 2008

Table of Contents

Derrida and Democracy

Special editors, Jonathan Culler and Phillip E. Lewis

Derrida and Democracy

pp. 2-6
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Part One

“The Most Interesting Thing in the World”

pp. 7-16
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Passionate Secrets and Democratic Dissidence

pp. 17-29
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Signed Paine, or Panic in Literature

pp. 30-43
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Pulsations of Respect, or Winged Impossibility: Literature with Deconstruction

pp. 44-63
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Spectral Gatherings: Derrida, Celan, and the Covenant of the Word

pp. 64-91
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Part Two

For Better and for Worse (There Again . . .)

pp. 92-103
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Rogue Democracy

pp. 104-120
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A Genealogy of Violence, from Light to the Autoimmune

pp. 121-142
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Nondialectical Materialism

pp. 143-157
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Untread and Untried: Nietzsche Reads Derridemocracy

pp. 158-171
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Knowledge of the Future: Future Fables

pp. 172-179
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Part Three

Is Radical Atheism a Good Name for Deconstruction?

pp. 180-189
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Time, Desire, Politics: A Reply to Ernesto Laclau

pp. 190-199
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Images

Images

pp. 2-200
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Contributors

Contributors

p. 3
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