In spite of Derrida's insistence that we continue to read Hegel, there has been little exploration of Hegel's crucial place in deconstruction today. Hegel After Derrida is the first study to address this oversight. It examines the Hegel-Derrida question from three useful vantage points. The first section presents essays on Hegel that follow themes opened up by Derrida. The second section investigates the implications of Derrida's work on Hegel for our understanding of Marx and Freud. The final section, concentrates on the philosophical significance of Glas, Derrida's highly influential study of Hegel. Stuart Barnett, Connecticut State University, Robert Bernasconi, Memphis State University, Simon Critchley, Essex University, Suzanne Gearhart, UC Irvine, Werner Hamache
"Hegel After Derrida" is the first careful consideration of Derrida's deep and constant encounter with Hegel. Barnett's skillful volume will be required reading for all scholars of Derrida and of the contemporary scene."
-Geoffrey Hartman, Yale University
"Barnett's book, "Hegel After Derrida provides insight into the importance of German philosopher Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel (1770-1831) and contemporary French philosopher Jacques Derrida (1930). The new book Hegel After Derrida is the first study to address these "complex issues and it has received critical acclaim from leading scholars."
-New Britain, CT "Herald
"In the new book, Prof. Barnett and 10 American and European scholars of continental philosophy rigorously examine Hegel and Derrida... In addition to this own conributions to the text, Prof. Barnett coordinated the international effort to assemble the work for Routledge Publishers, one of the world's foremost producers of important scholarly publications."
-"Valley News, West Hartford, CT 5/99
"The most ambitious and the most textually proximate to Derrida's work on Hegel in "Glas... Barnett's collection goes the farthest of anyone's to date to this brink."
-Irene E. Harvey, Pennsylvania State University
Series: Warwick Studies in European Philosophy
Tertiary; University or College
Number Of Pages: 368
Published: 26th February 1998
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 23.5 x 15.24
Weight (kg): 0.64
Edition Number: 1