|Release Date:||January 1, 2002|
|Running time:||84 minutes|
|Director:||Kirby Dick, Amy Ziering Kofman|
|Producer:||Amy Ziering Kofman|
Description: A portrait of the brilliant and controversial French thinker, Jacques Derrida, and the themes that haunt and inspire his work. The founder of a school of critical thinking that radically questions the nature of texts, the reader, and the multiple layers of meaning at work in language, Derrida's work has been a profound influence on analysis of literature, linguistics, philosophy, law and architecture. And although best known for his early work, this last decade has witnessed an outpouring of Derridean thought on a broad range of subjects from justice to national identity.
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