Volume 4, Numéro 1, Pages 205-214
الكاتب : بن ديدة مخطار .
This rationalistic paradox let him change from a tolerant philosopher to an insistent one. But the question is what to insist on? How to be tolerant? And whom does one tolerate? It is the insistence based on the necessary commitment, more the dogmatic attachment to a given cultural conduct and to a given critical approach; hence Derrida’s political and social commitment interacts with his “commitment to the deconstructive approach”. In sum he conceived that the difference is a natural conception and the coalition is cultural. Still he was attached to the essence centered rationalism but the essence meant here is different from the philosophically classical cognitive one (scientist).It is the anthropological and cultural one indicating one’s (thinker) way of living and illuminating one’s (thinker) way of thinking or frame of mind. Thus Derrida was manifestly attracted to the narrative writings, .i.e. both the palpable culture of his literary critique in his philosophical theorization and the palpable philosophical theory of tolerance in his political conduct marked him, and so did his constructive and courageous positions.
Ethical value ; ilogical analysis; Language deconstruction; Deconstructionism language; Behaviour dogmatism; Myth and Monologue