By (author) Jacques Derrida
Jacques Derrida was the single most influential voice in European philosophy for the last third of the twentieth century. His many books include Of Grammatology, Specters of Marx, and The Animal That Therefore I Am.
Edited: Marie-Louise Mallet
MARIE-LOUIS MALLET has been a Program Director at the Collège International de Philosophie and was the organizer of three of the four Derrida Cerisy conferences. She is author of La Musique en respect and is the editor of the special edition of Les Cahiers de l’Herne on Derrida.
Translated: David Wills
David Wills holds degrees from the University of Auckland and Universite de Paris III. He is Professor of French and English at the University at Albany–SUNY and has held several international visiting positions. He
is the author of Prosthesis (1995), Matchbook (2005), and Dorsality (2008); coauthor of Screen /Play: Derrida and Film Theory (1989) and Writing Pynchon (1990); editor of Godard’s Pierrot le fou; and coeditor of Deconstruction and the Visual Arts. He has translated works by Jacques Derrida (Right of Inspection, The Gift of Death, Counterpath, The Animal That Therefore I Am) and Jean-Luc Nancy (The Commerce of Thinking). Recent articles have appeared in the Oxford Literary Review, Mosaic, Journal of French Philosophy, Parrhesia, and Diacritics.