21. Mai 2012 4 Kommentare
I said that deconstruction had found little appeal among professional philosophers. But there are some notable exceptions, much prized by deconstructionists. They tend to be ambiguous allies. One of these characterized Derrida as “the sort of philosopher who gives bullshit a bad name.” We cannot, of course, exclude the possibility that this may be an expression of praise in the deconstructionist vocabulary.
[John Searle: The Word Turned Upside Down [A Review of Jonathan Culler's On Deconstruction], in: New York Review of Books, Volume 30, Number 16 (October 27, 1983).]
Weiß zufällig jemand, wer dieser Philosoph war? Man findet im Netz leider ganz unterschiedliche Angaben.