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Sovereignty without sovereignty: Derrida’s Declarations of Independence
This article questions the common assumptions in legal theory regarding Derrida’s well-known Declarations of Independence. Through a close reading of this text, well-known ground such as the relation between speech and ...
Levinas on law: A Derridean reading of Manderson’s Proximity, Levinas, and the Soul of Law
(Griffith University, Griffith Law School, Socio-Legal Research Centre, 2007)
In this article, Desmond Manderson’s book, Proximity, Levinas, and the Soul of Law (2006) is analysed specifically with reference to the accuracy with which it translates Derrida’s thinking into law. Manderson, in a number ...
Madness and the law: The Derrida/Foucault debate revisited
In this article the Derrida/Foucault debate is scrutinised with two closely related aims in mind: (1) reconsidering the way in which Foucault’s texts, and especially the more recently published lectures, should be read; ...