By Merleau-Ponty, Maurice; Nancy, Jean-Luc; Ricœur, Paul; Nancy, Jean-Luc; Ricœur, Paul; Merleau-Ponty, Maurice; Watkin, Christopher
Phenomenology or Deconstruction? demanding situations conventional understandings of the connection among phenomenology and deconstruction via new readings of the paintings of Maurice Merleau-Ponty, Paul Ricur and Jean-Luc Nancy. a relentless discussion with Jacques Derrida's engagement with phenomenological topics presents the impetus to setting up a brand new realizing of 'being' and 'presence' that exposes major blindspots inherent in conventional readings of either phenomenology and deconstruction. In reproducing neither a inventory phenomenological response to deconstruction nor the regimen deconstructive studying of phenomenology, Christopher Watkin offers a clean overview of the chances for the way forward for phenomenology, besides a brand new interpreting of the deconstructive legacy. via specified experiences of the philosophy of Merleau-Ponty, Ricur and Nancy, he exhibits how a phenomenological culture a lot wider and richer than Husserlian or Heideggerean idea on my own can take account of Derrida's critique of ontology and but nonetheless carry a dedication to the ontological.
This new analyzing of being and presence essentially re-draws our realizing of the relation of deconstruction and phenomenology, and gives the 1st sustained dialogue of the chances and difficulties for any destiny 'deconstructive phenomenology'
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Indeed, in La Structure du comportement Merleau-Ponty is arguing against precisely this sort of reification of perceptual order, such as that found in the early behaviourism of J. B. 54 Merleau-Ponty rejects the logic of cause and effect in favour of a ‘circular causality’ (SC 13/SB 15) between body and environment. John Sallis articulates well the way in which the Gestalt for Merleau-Ponty is not the imposition of order on the formless content of perception. We quote him here at length: . . it is never a matter of sheer sensible content devoid of synthetic connection and over against it an activity of synthesis that would compose the full perceptual object from that content.
The decision must be impossible, otherwise it would limit what Derrida seeks to preserve as a limitless responsibility. 48 The decision for Derrida needs to be undecidable in order to avoid the reliance on mechanical, unthinking, reflexive decisionmaking which would pay little attention to the singularity of the case, a calculability that Reynolds seems to want to argue is an improvement on Derrida’s position. All that Reynolds’ ‘embodied decisionmaking’ can do is restrict the openness of undecidability, the very openness that Derrida labours hard to maintain.
13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. Phenomenology or Deconstruction? the other, as originary as my access to my own most properly proper’ (On Touching 191). Derrida, Le Toucher 218; On Touching 191. Le Toucher 223, JD’s emphasis, quoting S 215; ‘I see that this man over there sees, as I touch my left hand while it is touching my right’ (On Touching 197, quoting S 170). Derrida, Le Toucher 223; ‘ “my own,” as well as the incarnation of the flesh of the world’ (On Touching 197). Derrida, Le Toucher 227; On Touching 201.