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|Title||:||Of Hospitality: Anne Dufourmantelle Invites Jacques Derrida to Respond|
|Author||:||Jacques Derrida, Anne Dufourmantelle, Rachel Bowlby|
|Publisher||:||Stanford University Press|
|Number of Pages||:||160|
|Category||:||Philosophy, Theory, France|
PDF, EPUB, MOBI, TXT, DOC Of Hospitality: Anne Dufourmantelle Invites Jacques Derrida to Respond These two lectures by Jacques Derrida Foreigner Question and Step of Hospitality No Hospitality derive from a series of seminars on hospitality conducted by Derrida in Paris January His seminars in France and in America have become something of an institution over the years the place where he presents the ongoing evolution of his thought in a remarkable combination of thoroughly mapped out positions sketches of new material and exchanges with students and interlocutors .
As has become a pattern in Derrida s recent work the form of this presentation is a self conscious enactment of its content The book consists of two texts on facing pages Invitation by Anne Dufourmantelle appears on the left an invitation that of course originates in a response clarifying and inflecting Derrida s response on the right The interaction between them not only enacts the hospitality under discussion but preserves something of the rhythms of teaching .
The volume also characteristically combines careful readings of canonical texts and philosophical topics with attention to the most salient events in the contemporary world using hospitality as a means of rethinking a range of political and ethical situations Hospitality is viewed as a question of what arrives at the borders in the initial surprise of contact with an other a stranger a foreigner For example Antigone is revisited in light of the question of impossible mourning i Oedipus at Colonus i is read via concerns that also apply to teletechnology the trial of Socrates is brought into conjunction with the televised funeral of Fran ois Mitterrand .