Wednesday, October 13, 2004
Well the opposite actually. Reading all this nonsense about the so-called philosphy of Jaques Derrida made me glad that I did a science degree. I couldn't have survived the whole deconstructionism nonsense.
Jacques Derrida, the father of the pseudo-philosophy of "Deconstructionism", has been deconstructed into the next world. He had been conducting a terminal "narrative" with cancer. Well, at least that is the subjective unproven conclusion we have, since, after all, how do we REALLY know that death and cancer exist? Well in fact we do, and the passing of an individual, even a philosopher who has contributed to human confusion rather than to enlightenment and clarification is regrettable. However, the tragedy of ordinary human mortality should not dissuade us from examining the legacy left behind.Perhaps it's best that his narrative with the construction called life has ceased to exist in any useful or, to be more accurate, useless, sense.
The category should probably be "Recently dead dills".