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'''Jacques Derrida''' (July 15, 1930 – October 8, 2004) was an [[Algeria]]n-born [[France|French]] [[literary critic]] and [[philosopher]] of [[Jew]]ish descent, most often referenced as the founder of "[[deconstruction]]" or, by more unsympathetic theorists, "[[Jacques Derrida|deconstructionism]]".   
'''Jacques Derrida''' ([[July 15]], [[1930]] – [[October 8]], [[2004]]) was an [[Algeria]]n-born [[France|French]] [[literary critic]] and [[philosopher]] of [[Jew]]ish descent, most often referenced as the founder of "[[deconstruction]]" or, by more unsympathetic theorists, "[[deconstructionism]]".   
 
  
 
{{LA}}pp. 24, 74, 142  
 
{{LA}}pp. 24, 74, 142  

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Jacques Derrida (July 15, 1930 – October 8, 2004) was an Algerian-born French literary critic and philosopher of Jewish descent, most often referenced as the founder of "deconstruction" or, by more unsympathetic theorists, "deconstructionism".

oAEZAt <a href="http://mpgvbtamlczt.com/">mpgvbtamlczt</a>, [url=http://qemodvygzvki.com/]qemodvygzvki[/url], [link=http://pbfyfchvelhi.com/]pbfyfchvelhi[/link], http://eoybozdagjku.com/pp. 24, 74, 142

Abraham's sacrifice 321-2
Descartes's withdrawal-into-self 34
on Heidegger 9-10
ontology versus heauntology 238
pure notion of gift 56
On the Spint 9

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