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  • Deconstruction and law: Derrida, Levinas and Cornell 

    De Ville, Jacques (University of Windsor, 2007)
    Drucilla Cornell’s book The Philosophy of the Limit has for a long time been an important reference point in attempting to understand the relation between deconstruction and law. This article examines some of the themes ...
  • Derrida and legal scholarship: A certain step beyond 

    De Ville, Jacques (Springer, 2009)
    A book review of 'Derrida and Legal Philosophy' edited by Peter Goodrich, Florian Hoffmann, Michel Rosenfeld, Cornelia Vismann, published by Palgrave Macmillan (Basingstoke, Hampshire/New York), 2008, ISBN-13: 978-0-230-57361-1.
  • Derrida, the conditional and the unconditional 

    De Ville, Jacques (Juta Law, 2007)
    In his recent book, Law and Sacrifice: Towards a Post-Apartheid Theory of Law, Johan van der Walt gives a clear exposition of the possible impact of inter alia Jacques Derrida's thinking on law. In this article, the book ...
  • Levinas on law: A Derridean reading of Manderson’s Proximity, Levinas, and the Soul of Law 

    De Ville, Jacques (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 ...