AuthorsMoord, Lucas Martin
AdvisorsOlthuis, James H.
AffiliationInstitute for Christian Studies
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AbstractWith a view to Jacques Derrida's rearticulation of Plato's khoral myth I consider the possibility of non-oppositional difference within a relational economy - a notion that Derrida seems quite resistant to. By framing a discussion in terms of Derrida's critical interaction with phenomenology, looking specifically to Edmund Husserl, Martin Heidegger and Hannah Arendt, I attempt to mark the context from which deconstruction emerges as a philosophical position. In a general sense, I deal with Derrida's conception of the relational space in-between persons, places and things, and the implications of his appropriation of khora for thinking about how we properly relate to one another.
PublisherInstitute for Christian Studies
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Degree TitleMaster of Philosophical Foundations
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