The book Spurs: Nietzsche’s Styles/Eperons: Les Styles de Nietzsche, Jacques Derrida is published by University of Chicago Press. Spurs, then, is aptly titled, for Derrida’s “deconstructions” of Nietzsche’s meanings will surely act as spurs to further thought and controversy. This dual-language. indeterminacy which Jacques Derrida ascribes to woman in his essay on. Nietzsche’s style, Spurs: Nietzsche’s Styles/?perons: Les Styles de. Nietzsche is often.
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Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Preview — Spurs by Jacques Derrida. Les Styles de Nietzsche by Jacques Derrida. Jacques Derrida combines his strikingly original and incisive questions of sexuality, politics, writing, judgment, procreation, death and even the weather into a far-reaching analysis of the challenges bequeathed to the modern world by Nietzche.
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To ask other readers questions about Spursplease sign up. Lists with This Book. Jun 15, Jonfaith rated it really liked it Shelves: We are still far from determining the essence of forgetting. Precisely there where forgetting reveals itself to us in its full extent are we still only too vulnerable to the danger of understanding derrisa as but a human fact.
It was exciting to read Spurs over the weekend, the opening interval of the World Cup. Apparently Derrida and Jean Genet used to attend club matches in France together. I marvel at what that could have involved: Spurs sets a risible tone. The introduction as overture plays with the meanings of coup and tympana: Derrida arrives on stage to extend the prose proem, albeit one in a nonlinear fashion, accepting Nietzsche’s assertion that Truth is a woman from the opening aphorism of Beyond Good and Evil he speaks of character and seduction.
The word for Spur is etymologically similar zpurs Style. Style and stylus refer to a pointed intrusion, a jabbing, almost like the ship splitting the waters.
This carnival cruise continues revealing a missing umbrella which prompts Derrida to conclude that neither Nietzsche’s thought nor his texts were or are centralized. An interrogation of Heidegger’s Nietzsche follows, one with Derrida sight reading from Heidegger’s text while staring at his own upraised thumb instead of ponder Nietzsche himself.
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This is a bit maddening but a lot of laughs as well. Jan 20, Joshua Casteel rated it it was amazing. The best of Derrida’s works I’ve read. A polemical work bound to raise eyebrows Dec 17, Pierre E. Jun 10, sologdin rated it it was ok Shelves: Derrida usa l’immagine dello “sperone” per indicare un’escrescenza fallica che ha il compito sia di difendere che di attaccare speronando. In questo rapporto uomo donna, ella dona mentre l’uomo prende.
Il testo termina con l’analisi di un’annotazione di Nietzsche: Oct 04, Maja Topic rated it liked it. Derrida brandishes a cutthroat dagger with Spurs. His criticism of style simultaneously dismantles and affirms the potential meaning to be found, had, given and stolen between the difference in sexes.
Paragraphs that hover a jagged acridity before the eye take shape in the form of a migrating organism and it becomes difficult to sink a hook exactly before what precedes and after what succeeds in the bubble of this text.
Nonetheless, Spurs cicerones you through a series of disjointed movements th Derrida brandishes a cutthroat dagger with Spurs. Nonetheless, Spurs cicerones you through a series of disjointed movements that seem at first only to connect by a vulnerable thread, yet prove to be deeply concerned with the integrity of the space between the surface and abyss, thereby rendering them inextricable from tangible exposure to understanding. Derrida’s prose ricochets a balance between clamor and harmony that will not fail to impress those looking for a touch of artistry alongside their philosophy.
The message of his work becomes apparent when you allow the analytical side of your mind to rest – he does not plump depths, he dissimulates them until they are ruptured beyond recognition. Jan 09, Nessa rated it it was ok Shelves: Well, I think my review was generous. Derrida is difficult enough, but when you add a barely lucid poem about Nietzsche’s style to Derrida’s pen I love Nietzsche, though I guess if I liked him I should hate him.
Therefore, I read Derrida’s spurs. The one redeeming quality is that is discussed the propositional aspects if that makes sense to anyone of Nietzsche that resonates with Irigaray. Zarathustra went down, a going-towards, an being-in: Perhaps it is the fiction writer still lurking inside of me, but the phenomenological language or being-in, going-towards, throwness too, give the human search for knowledge abd being real meaning.
Being is surely found in such propostional aspects of life- Maybe I am full of it and have been outside a classroom too long! Jan 04, Shoshone rated it it was amazing. In French one one page, in English on the other. A much better way to publish a book like this, where most of the words are untranslatable. Here’s my favorite part: He has understood nothing of truth, nor anything of woman.
Because, indeed, if woman is truth, she at least knows that there is no truth, that truth has no place In French one one page, in English on the other.
Because, indeed, if woman is truth, she at least knows that there is no truth, that truth has no place here and that no one has a place for truth. And she is woman precisely because she herself does not believe in truth itself, because she does not believe in what she is, in what she is believed to be, in what she thus is not. Mar 28, Thomas rated it it was amazing Shelves: The best piece of philosophy I’ve read this year.
In English, this is translated as “Spurs”. Spurs spends the bulk of its length putting forward a new analysis of Nietzsche’s views on truth and “Woman” – one which is both non-misogynist and believable.
When it comes to Nietzsche, that’s quite a feat! Derrida ends with a more generally post-struc The best piece of philosophy I’ve read this year.
Derrida ends with a more generally post-structural analysis of Heidegger’s reading of Nietzsche, and Nietzsche’s note “I have forgotten my umbrella”. Oct 06, Mr. This slim text on Nietzsche and Heidegger caused a storm in European Nietzsche circles when it was first released inand it is often cited today as evidence of Derrida’s apparent command of Nietzsche’s philosophy.
In the text, Derrida primarily deals with the issue of women in Nietzsche, and brings his misogyny back to the problem of truth itself.
This is a very derridaa and dense text, with issues as broad as Mauss’ ‘The Gift,’ madness, and a very derrrida hermeneutic reading of Heidegger’s Niet This slim text on Nietzsche and Heidegger derrkda a derdida in European Nietzsche circles when it was first released inand it is often cited today as evidence of Derrida’s apparent command of Nietzsche’s philosophy.
This is a very rich and dense text, with issues as broad as Mauss’ ‘The Gift,’ madness, and a very tight hermeneutic reading of Heidegger’s Nietzsche work. Nevertheless, I am still left wondering what all the excitement is really about.
Jun 20, Kyle rated it really liked it. Whether Heidegger, deliberately ignored Nietzsche’s treatment of the figure of woman in philosophy and her relationship to knowledge, or whether he simply derridw attuned spjrs the problem, Derrida nonetheless unravels the implications of this lapse in Heidegger’s reading.
As Derrida goes, this is a very readable text. Mar 10, Henry rated it it was amazing. Derrida at his most playful and absurd – in short, at his best.
Ties the will to knowledge to castration anxiety. Really a book about “women” and misogyny in Nietzsche. Likens authors to spiders. Extra points for the chic early 80s geometric motif. Dec 26, Nerd rated it it was ok.
Some beautiful moments and a few interesting concepts. Overall, a shining example of why many people hate philosophers, crossed with an even more shining illustration from both Derrrida and Nietzsche of why men should just rerrida trying to write about women.
Feb 12, Mike rated it really liked it. Contains perhaps Derrida’s greatest joke at the expense of Heidegger and Gadamer. I still think he has incorrectly read Heidegger and that his interpretation of Heidegger is less substantive than that of Gadamer.
Oct 20, Adam Paradis rated it did not like it Shelves: I don’t understand this book. Ollie Warren rated it really liked it May 13, Philip rated it really liked it May 26, Michael Awdankiewicz rated it it was amazing Feb 25, Ken rated it it was ok Jan 05, Tim rated it it was amazing Mar 06, Shuntg rated it it was amazing Nov 24, Katie Mey rated it really liked it Jun 28,