By Alberto Martinengo
Through now Jacques Derrida′s legacy has taken the shape of a veritable (post-)deconstructive Babel. Its lasting presence is marked via a vital oscillation among the echoes of its past good fortune and the claims of a substantially diversified sensibility. This quantity takes inventory of the debate in 3 major fields: philosophy, literary reports, and legislation. For all people who find themselves faced with the diversity of Derrida′s legacy this e-book serves as a useful map and takes a reconstructive method of movement past deconstruction
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Heidegger’s marginal notes constantly attempt to say it in another way. But here also begins the task of a new Bauen. Such a domain is der in sich schwingende Bereich, the domain oscillating in itself. One note gives an indication: schwingen und schweben – noch ungemäß. This domain is strange, oscillating or floating, it does not open anywhere as though it were waiting for us, but rather it ceaselessly opens and recloses. It does not open without the closure of the domain of metaphysics, so that ‘Being’ and ‘man’ in this domain ‘lose’ the delimitations that metaphysics established for them.
Nervous collapse is not only a fear of being unable to sustain the rhythm; it is also an indication of guilt, which opposes the requirement to project oneself into the future. Fearing uncertainty and feeling guilty prevent subjects from taking chances and consequently opposing the so-called management of innovation. The traditional welfare state made its citizens sovereign, and this way of life mediated between economic requirements and social conflicts. Individuals who work to adapt themselves by internalising the demands of management resist this arrangement.
In contemporary society the same kind of opposition can be found again in consumption where the injunction to choose markets (when Does It Make Sense to Speak about Deconstructing the Subject? 45 you have some money…) contrasts with the conformity to ways of making a living that takes the place of tradition. The multiplicity of desires contrasts with its reduction to differences without effect; for example, the car industry peddles all kinds of uninspiring optional extras. So-called freedom of choice contrasts with prescribed preferences, mass desires and needs, and conforming relationships between people.