"Derrida''s ''deconstructive'' critique of phenomenology relates writing to the key concept of ''consciousness of difference.'' Following Husserl, he explores the philosophical and traditional roots of geometry and the sciences as a kind of history. . . . [This book shows original thinking, and [is accurate but demanding."--"Library Journal"--Library Journal
About the Author
This Bison Book edition carries an afterword by the translator, John P. Leavey Jr., who has also translated (with Richard Rand) Derrida's "Glas" and supplied a "Glassary," books published by the University of Nebraska Press in 1986.