In this Issue
- Volume 38, Numbers 1-2, Spring-Summer 2008
- Derrida and Democracy
- Special editors, Jonathan Culler and Phillip E. Lewis
Founded in 1971, Diacritics publishes original work in and around critical theory, broadly conceived. Diacritics offers a forum for thinking about contradictions without resolutions; for following threads of contemporary criticism without embracing any particular school of thought. For Diacritics, eclecticism in the humanities means nurturing work that is transhistorical, creative, and rigorous.
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Table of Contents
- A Genealogy of Violence, from Light to the Autoimmune
- pp. 121-142
- DOI: 10.1353/dia.0.0048
- Untread and Untried: Nietzsche Reads Derridemocracy
- pp. 158-171
- DOI: 10.1353/dia.0.0052
- Is Radical Atheism a Good Name for Deconstruction?
- pp. 180-189
- DOI: 10.1353/dia.0.0057
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