Understanding Derrida’s Deconstruction: A Philosophical Analysis

  • *1Kirtinath Kalita & 2Golap Panging
    1Centre for Studies in Philosophy, Dibrugarh University
    2Sibsagar College, Joysagar (Autonomous)
    *E-mail: kirti.kalita2011@gmail.com


  • This article is an attempt to single out the core objectives of Derrida’s deconstruction which is dealt with an analysis of text by breaking down the meaning of the discourse and text in order to reveal the core as well as infinite meaning of the discourse. The characteristics of deconstruction lies in its notion of textuality which is a view of language as it exists not only in books but in speech, history and culture especially the written language. For Derrida, there is ‘nothing outside the text’. This paper aims at showing deconstruction to be a strategic device which will present that meaning is infinite and beyond the author of a text as well.

  • Key words: Deconstruction, Meaning, Difference, Ambiguity, Metaphysics etc.

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