The question of being, to return to philosophy, because the first question of philosophy is: What is it to be? They will come back. Deconstruction — which is to say poetry — is just a place to begin reading. We have been tripping along and it slows us up. Rhythm is always a hair's-breadth and a breath from rhyme, etymologically and actually. David Webb - 2003 - Research in Phenomenology 33 (1):119-140. This does not suppose that the mark is valid outside its context, but on the contrary that there are only contexts without any center of absolute anchoring. L'amitié de ces deux amis (qui font trois) nous rappellerait opportunément qu'une amitié se doit d’être poétique. Welcome back. Translations of two essays, "Of Contemporaneity" by Deguy and "How to Name" by Derrida, allow Christopher E See More The question of the self: who am I not in the sense of who am I but rather who is this I that can say who? Derrida coins the neologism différance to indicate that “presence” is always different from itself and deferred with relation to itself. What is the- I and what becomes of responsibility once the identity of the I trembles in secret?”, “If this work seems so threatening, this is because it isn't simply eccentric or strange, but competent, rigorously argued, and carrying conviction”, “Contrary to what phenomenology—which is always phenomenology of perception—has tried to make us believe, contrary to what our desire cannot fail to be tempted into believing, the thing itself always escapes.”, “We are given over to absolute solitude. That is to say, the history of love, the heart of love, is divided between the who and what. Or is hospitality rendered, is it given to the other before they are identified, even before they are (posited as or supposed to be) a subject, legal subject and subject nameable by their family name, etc. on Pinterest. 1706 - 1790. Rhyme sounds out the accents within a single word — wall / all. Civic Friendship and Thin Citizenship. "To pretend, I actually do the thing: I have therefore only pretended to pretend." of friendship as fully compatible with self-sufficiencyis not justified. – Proverbs 27:9. This citationality, duplication, or duplicity, this iterability of the mark is not an accident or anomaly, but is that (normal/abnormal) without which a mark could no longer even have a so-called “normal” functioning. True to its title, Jacques Derrida's The Work of Mourning (2001) is a haunting book, consisting in a series of 14 texts, each memorializing one of his deceased friends. ‘Suddenly I'm overcome by the peace that conceals the sense of words (Plötzlich übereilt mich die Ruhe, die den Sinn der Worte birgt (90))’. Derrida wrote his thesis on the philosophy of Husserl. In ‘Words’, as in words, we are in a situation of a not-quite passive ‘attending upon the event’.8 We are tendered and turned, rather, towards a chance which — and this is chance's law — can only happen sometimes, and will fall according to no regular beat. Mais partageant l'invention de l’événement et l'invention de l'autre avec la signature d'une langue, elle engage la traduction dans l'intraduisible. In Politics of Friendship5, Jacques Derrida presents a genealogical reading of the canonical model of friendship in circulation since Aristotle, by way of Cicero, Montaigne, Kant, Nietzsche, till even nearer to us. Quotes on images for install as a desktop wallpaper, by Jacques Derrida. 1942 wurde Derrida als Sohn einer sephardisch-jüdischen Familie entsprechend einer Verordnung des Vichy-Regimes der Schulbesuch untersagt (die Quote für jüdische Schüler wurde von 14 auf 7 Prozent gesenkt). Rhyme can always, for example, become a metaphor for friendship. We will get a grip on some of the key terms in Foucault’s early, “archaeological” period. Share. ‘-ance’, we might say, is a nonce-name for a being-before philosophy, and one of Derrida's signature-sounds too of course. While it does not offer a ‘defence of rhyme’, it explores the connections between rhyme, defence and undefendedness, and considers the chances and risks that rhyme-writing opens up. ¶ M. Derrida's voluminous writings in our view stretch the normal forms of academic scholarship beyond recognition. to a legal subject? Women treat it like glass and it goes to pieces.”. What is “being”? Let us know what’s wrong with this preview of, Monolingualism of the Other: or, The Prosthesis of Origin, The Post Card: From Socrates to Freud and Beyond. Perhaps I have not even addressed myself to you. Collins' translation of the first sentence rhymes ‘chime’ with ‘rhyme’, across its two phrases, giving the clinch of a perfect-rhyme, making a couplet: ‘This is the obscure friendship of rhyme: alliance, harmony, assonance, chime.’ It is hard for an English ear not to hear an echo of Pope here: While they ring round the same unvaried chimes / With sure returns of still expected rhymes.3 The French, by contrast, is rich with the internal rhymes, and the rime riche that that language (and its literary tradition) licenses. by Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak. Interspersed throughout these texts are profound philosophical insights concerning the interrelationships among friendship, fidelity, human finitude, and mourning. 1879 - 1955. Compelled to defend poetry, there is always the danger that we treat it as something good-in-itself, ignoring the fact that there is bad poetry, that there is dangerous poetry and — conversely and perhaps more seriously — that poems happen outside poetry books, in friendship, for example, or in the polis. In other words, what has friendship got to do with politics, and what has Derrida ends the chapter in which he speaks of rhyme with the same three lines of verse (from the last stanza — though two lines are omitted in the middle) — from a poem by Konrad Weiss with which Schmitt concludes his meditations. “A friendship that can cease has never been real.” “A simple friend thinks the friendship is over when […] The future is that which – tomorrow, later, next century – will be. 4 Jacques Derrida, ‘Desistance’ in Philippe Lacoue-Labarthe, Typography: Mimesis, philosophy, politics, translated by Christopher Fynsk (Stanford, Stanford University Press, 1998), 1–42, 3. Geoffrey Bennington: It's a great pleasure and honour for me to welcome Jacques Derrida on behalf of the University of Sussex, and more especially on behalf of the Centre for Modern French Thought. — Of Grammatology. It is often said that love is the movement of the heart. But let us begin (again), this time, with a poem, and an English one, for that is where we meet, in English, in the OLR, in ‘deconstruction and poetry’. Copyright © 2021. There is nothing original here. It is a question of staying right there where one is, waiting on and in a rhythm, while reading and thinking and writing and learning and teaching. ‘You’re other than you think’. A collection of quotes and thoughts by Jacques Derrida on influenced, deconstruction, love, outside, postmodernism, escape, rules, culture, poetry and life. We might suggest, indeed, that wherever rhymes meet something like poem happens. “ That is what deconstruction is made of: not the mixture but the tension between memory, fidelity, the preservation of something that has been given to us, and, at the same time, heterogeneity, something absolutely new, and a break. For me, that is the real future. Rhyme clothes us, protects us in our defencelessness, by — at the same time (zugleich, in a coincidental likeness of times) — tugging us towards the places where meaning hides. 14 Carl Schmitt, Ex Captivitate Salus (Berlin, Duncker & Humblot, 2002), 79. Other voices must be allowed to sound. The journal publishes both general issues and special issues, each of the latter featuring a provocative theme (e.g. And then ‘what can you make of that?’. Too exactly equal a stress between those -imes seems to interfere a bit with the pathos, or the questioning tone or tilt we would otherwise want to give to ‘sometimes’. But here, in this poem, there is no neutral measure, ‘no common measure given by a third party’ — to quote Derrida.10 And so we can learn from ‘Words’, perhaps, something of the madness, the discipline of a lawlessness, which must also ‘watch over thinking’ and reading and rhyming. Geoffrey Bennington: ... friendship rather than through more obvious concepts such as sovereignty, power, legitimacy, representation, and so on. Every discourse, even a poetic or oracular sentence, carries with it a system of rules for producing analogous things and thus an outline of methodology. Space mating with itself, auto-germinating in rhyme, folds in upon itself, colonizing the earth from which it emerges to create home and homeland. That is the risk we run today perhaps. Down the drain — joy or pain, almost simultaneously, no final gain, no origin, but the possibility of again. Quotes & Sayings; Quotes by Topics; People Quotes; Time Quotes; No Result “Friendship is a strong and habitual inclination in two persons to promote the good and happiness of one another.”. And that ‘sometimes’ is the first spondee. Forgiveness and its legal “false friends ... Derrida may have been right when he said that forgiveness is something linked to the divine, because it is difficult to think about forgiving crimes against humanity if we confine ourselves just to “human affairs”. The question of being is itself always already divided between who and what. Baltimore, 1976. Often, the laws of their relation are set by the form in which the poet chooses to write (terza rima say, or villanelle). Rhyme and friendship are placed here in relation but without subordination or simple exchange. But conversely friendship in its truest and best sense might take its measure from rhyme: friendship ‘owes it to itself to be poetic (se doit d’être poétique)'. The Web's Largest Resource for Famous Quotes & Sayings. 2 Jacques Derrida, The Politics of Friendship, translated by George Collins (London, Verso, 1997), 166, translation slightly modified; Politiques de l'amitié (Paris, Galilée, 1994) 192. German rhyme, Schmitt writes, is ‘echo, clothing and ornament and at the same time a divining rod for the locations of sense (Echo, Kleid und Schmuck und zugleich eine Wünschelrute der Verortungen des Sinnes (91))’. One is attracted because the other is like this or like that. Jacques Derrida was a French philosopher best known for developing a form of semiotic analysis known as deconstruction, which he discussed in numerous texts, and developed in the context of phenomenology. So fidelity is threatened by the difference between the who and the what.”, “The traditional statement about language is that it is in itself living, and that writing is the dead part of language.”, “Cinema plus Psychoanalysis equals the Science of Ghosts.”, “how can I say 'I love you', if I know the love is you .. the word 'love' either as a verb or a noun would be destroyed in front of you”, “In general, I try and distinguish between what one calls the Future and “l’avenir” [the ‘to come]. I speak of it abstractly, but I think that whoever starts to love, is in love or stops loving, is caught between this division of the who and the what. Jacques Derrida was born in Algeria in 1930, into a Jewish Family. – Eustace Budgell. Jacques Derrida quotes. On the two sides of a comma or a pause, the two parts of this sentence seem incompatible with each other, destined I'd like to thank Forbes Morlock and Sarah Wood, and the anonymous reader of the first draft, for reading so generously and critically, Ruth Cruickshank for help with the French and its sounds, and Stephen Benson for total sonority. And without my being able to see him in me. If ‘there is no friend like a sister / In calm and stormy weather / To cheer one on the tedious way, / To fetch one if one goes astray’… well the possibilities for friendship are once more closed down, and we are in for some pretty ropey rhymes too, at least on the evidence of these couplets.13 What the rhyme between friendship and rhyme suggests, rather, is a politics before identity or individualism. It could be the friendships with our partners, family members, co-workers and the people we have known for a few years now or since we were kids. Published in OLR 42.2. And whose origin could not be lost on the way?”, “What is called "objectivity," scientific for instance (in which I firmly believe, in a given situation) imposes itself only within a context which is extremely vast, old, firmly established, or rooted in a network of conventions … and yet which still remains a context.”, “I cannot respond to the call, the request, the obligation, or even the love of another, without sacrificing the other other, the other others”, We’d love your help. There has to be some trust. Poetically, rhythm gives rhyme, gives the measure by which accents will coincide. is quote demonstrates Derrida’s disti nction bet ween . On the one hand there is the head-long fall or precipitation of the cadence from ‘the obscure friendship of rhyme’ to the ‘politics of rhyme’. On Friendship: Derrida, Foucault, and the Practice of Becoming. OLR devotes itself to outstanding writing in deconstruction, literary theory, psychoanalytic theory, political theory and related forms of exploratory thought. Edinburgh University Press. Counting starts to become difficult here, as too does the rendering of reason. Finitude and the possibility of mourning are constitutive of every friendship. Sound points us to sense, and rhyme sacrifices itself to reason. ‘The knot and the caesura, the obligation and the break — that's rhythm’.9 Never one without the possibility of the other. They didn’t have the properties, the images, that I thought I’d loved. Here there is no final conversion, only reversibility. ", followed by 187 people on Pinterest. But, given some light and some sun, it, too, can melt, yield, give. It has published work by many trailblazing thinkers and seeks to take forward the movement of deconstructive thought in the face of as many forms and institutions as possible. He is often bundled together with Derrida and others under the label “postmodernism”, but as we shall begin to see in this section, his thought is very different from Derrida’s. It respires. The rhyme is on ‘Raum’ (space), which — in German — half-rhymes with Rom (Rome) and with ‘Reim’ (rhyme) which cross-pollinates into ‘Keim’ (shoot, sprout or seed) and ends at home, in the ‘dark play’ (das dunkle Spiel(91)) with ‘Heimat’. But conversely friendship in its truest and best sense might take its measure from rhyme: friendship ‘owes it to itself to be poetic (se doit d’être poétique)'. Its laws and rules are not, however, harbored in the inaccessibility of a secret; it is simply that they can never be booked, in the present, into anything that could rigorously be called a perception.”, “That philosophy died yesterday, since Hegel or Marx, Nietzsche, or Heidegger—and philosophy should still wander toward the meaning of its death—or that it has always lived knowing itself to be dying... that philosophy died one day, within history, or that it has always fed on its own agony, on the violent way it opens history by opposing itself to nonphilosophy, which is its past and its concern, its death and wellspring; that beyond the death, or dying nature, of philosophy, perhaps even because of it, thought still has a future, or even, as is said today, is still entirely to come because of what philosophy has held in store; or, more strangely still, that the future itself has a future—all these are unanswerable questions. Jacques Derrida's quotes, famous and not much - Sualci Quotes 2019 Everything has been sewn up tight from the start, from before the start even, in that phrase that echoes down the history of (male) discourses on (male) friendship: o philoi oudeis philos. Jacques Derrida Quotes. And in the passage from Carl Schmitt's Ex Captivitate Salus, which Derrida is reading at this point in The Politics of Friendship, things are perhaps even worse (though sometimes it can be hard to tell the difference). "O my friends" thus becomes something like "he for whom there are (many) friends," and the full sentence shifts to mean "he who has (many) friends can have no true friend." The current list of Derrida Quotes is no different. In the end Aristotle is left with the same counter-intuitive claim I in 1 and 10 appeal to one sense: independence from need. I am grateful to Grammatology for having brought me the friendship of Marguerite and Jacques Derrida. A Member Of The STANDS4 Network. That which is totally unpredictable. Derrida and the Friendship of Rhyme Derrida and the Friendship of Rhyme Connors, Clare 2011-12-01 00:00:00 It comes about half-way through The Politics of Friendship.1 Extraordinary that there is a half-way through, in some ways. And what rhyme says — what it enjoins — is just ‘again’, ‘begin again’, ‘again’. Jacques Derrida — French Philosopher born on July 15, 1930, died on October 08, 2004 Jacques Derrida was a French philosopher, born in Algeria. In fact, other than the eulogy for Deleuze included in The Work of Mourning, I cannot recall a single instance where Derrida would quote Deleuze in any significant fashion. Too guarded or inflexible a defence always risks turning common wealth into jealously guarded property, walling off what — by rights and bonds always to be reinvented — all share in. More Jacques Derrida Quotes. There is a future which is predictable, programmed, scheduled, foreseeable. It is true that the chime of ‘rhymes’ and ‘times’ seems rather tired. Sense is born in a pair, once, randomly and predestined. This is the opening of Edward Thomas's poem ‘Words’: The poem opens out from its opening ‘out’ into an apostrophe, turning towards words in words.7 This is not the wary turn of a self-protecting, narcissistic reflexivity, and nor is it a hectoring address. Oxford Literary Review is abstracted and indexed in the following: ‘We Ourselves Speak a Language that is Foreign’: One Hundred Years of Freud's UncannyNicholas Royle Benjamin Franklin. p 111 23 ibid. to a subject identifiable by name? We will explore together what it is about Foucault’s histories that makes them distinctive. Best Derrida Quotes worth reading. Nevertheless, it should not be missing here. References will henceforth be given in the text as PF and PA. 3 Alexander Pope, ‘An Essay on Criticism’ in Poetical Works, edited by Herbert Davis (Oxford, Oxford University Press, 1978), 64–85, lines 348–9. Jacques Derrida quotes. And the sounds of the French echo onwards into the next paragraph: alliance … harmonie… assonance… consonance… insensé …sens … avant… don … partageant…chance. Feb 28, 2014 - Explore Mariana Maldonado's board "Jacques Derrida!!!! " Le sens naït d'une paire, une fois, aléatoire et predestinée. Rhyme is the possibility that there may be consonance, or dissonance, between what words say and how they are said — and that even when there is consonance, this is not the same as identity. JACQUES DERRIDA Politics of Friendship* "O mes amis, il n'y nul amy." July 1930 Date of death: 9. Jacques Derrida's quotes. JACQUES DERRIDA Politics of Friendship* "O mes amis, il n'y nul amy." In this post I'd like to share the best friendship quotes I've found in the past 10+ years. Sourced quotations by the French Philosopher Jacques Derrida (1930 — 2004) about man, death and discourse. Rime is also the old name for a chink. 7 Edward Thomas, ‘Words’ in Collected Poems (London, Faber & Faber, 2004). He wonders whether the essence of man consists in being clothed or naked; whether it is to be found in those who are armed or those who are unarmed (beim Entwaffnete oder beim Bewaffneten).14 He feels himself, in his cell, to be naked, he says. There turns out to be no choice, finally — which is also to say from the first — between a parsimonious common sense economics, that dictates that one cut and choose, and the self-cancelling, self-lacerating, passionate, dissonant, exclamatory expression of a hyperbolic impossibility. ‘The Word of War’, ‘Telepathies,’ or ‘Disastrous Blanchot’). Rhyme's chanceful accidents disclose the hidden bedrock of an unchanging meaning. Something will happen, sometimes at least, given time, or so we trust, when writing, or reading, or rhyming. Quote :Of Grammatology. But the winds don't need those Romantic toys, or the suffering, bleeding poet — any drain will do. Because few things have such a huge impact on happiness and the enjoyment, depth and plain fun of life as the friendships we have.. October 2004. Etymologically, the former is from rithmos — measured flow or movement — and the latter relates (if obscurely, perhaps only rhymingly) to arithmos, number. If you like Jacques Derrida quotes, you can share this article on social networks or send them to your friends. So at the death of love, it appears that one stops loving another not because of who they are but because they are such and such. But ‘son’ is also a sound, and in French sound pure and simple, and so also a gift, ‘don’. ‘Pain’ rhymes with ‘drain’ and there's no reason for this save the accidents of a language, quest for sense though we might and can. Know another good quote of Jacques Derrida? It thinks about the poetics of friendship, and the politics of rhyme, reading Derrida in relationship to Edward Thomas and Carl Schmitt - an unlikely duo. There is reason and there is rhyme, and one always calls up and on the other. You can have much faster access to this website by adding it to bookmarks. Jacques Derrida (/ ˈ d ɛr ɪ d ə /; French ... Derrida's most prominent friendship in intellectual life was with Paul de Man, which began with their meeting at Johns Hopkins University and continued until de Man's death in 1983. Our favorite collection of Famous Authors » Albert Einstein. Dec 15, 2019 - Explore Edith Fay's board "A decade of friends! Jacques Derrida Quotes 11 of 13 Deconstruction never had meaning or interest, at least in my eyes, than as a radicalization, that is to say, also within the tradition of a certain Marxism , … In addressing you in this way, perhaps I have not yet said anything. cit. The friendship of these two friends (and that makes three) would opportunely remind us that a friendship owes it to itself to be [se doit d’être] poetic. Namely, that it is not a matter of knowing and that it is there for no one. But certainly the question of sense remains, or returns — it is never far off. But rhyme itself, in its own workings, works otherwise than metaphorically. R. K. Bentley - 2013 - Res Publica 19 (1):5-19. These quotes about destroying friendships will encourage you take a different approach to resolving differences and preserving the good in a situation. Share with your friends. 22 Insightful Quotes By Jacques Derrida … The passage from The Politics of Friendship from which we are taking our soundings gets its rhythm from what has gone before it — all those readings of all those writings about friendship. 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