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The Double Economy: Essays in Diremption. Vols I & II.          

 

 

Contents.

 

Volume I

 

Introduction & Reading Suggestion

 

Part 1: The Double Economy:

 

I Knowledge at its Limits: Introduction to Disjunctive Reciprocity and the 4 Zones; Derrida and Feminism as case in point. 

 

II Living on the Faultline: Diremptions (describing the world).

 

III Diremption and Temporality: Double Economy and our experience of time.

 

IV Diremption and Repetition (Difference) & Double Economy and Repetition in the Eternal Present and the Rhetoric of the Eternal Return, Other Repetitions.

 

V (Interstitial/Methodology) Between Subject/Object.

 

VI Subject/Object in Thought and Language.

 

VII Comparison and Contiguity; Metaphor or Metonymy?

 

VIII Exchange, Identity Exchange or Disjunctive Reciprocity.

 

IX Disjunctive Reciprocity and the Eternal Present.

 

X The Eternal Present, two kinds of time; Disjunctive Reciprocity and Unidirectionality; Il-logical Reflections; Metaset, Recursion, Subject, Eternal Present and Thought.

 

XI (Pre) Positions: In/Out. Again, the Four Zones. Logic and Limits.

 

XII Translating Diremption: Between macro and micro levels.

 

XIII Final Conclusion: On Chasms and Bridges Literary Codicil.

 

 

Part 2: Essays on Diremption: 

 

Broadband Ritual (Cyclicity and Exchange).

Lost Horizons (On Landscapes.

Qualities of Life (Space/Time and the Diremption).

On Reversibility.

Film & Theatre.

Diremption & Desire.

Speech Acts and Voice.

Diremption & Distinction.

Diremptive Focus.

Kant - & Hegel.

Diremption Demystified/Antidote.

Appendix: Exchanges & Gifts: On Durkheims On Suicide.

 

 

Essays on Diremption. Volume II

 

Gödel.

Connections.

Contiguity

The Real.

Chaos/Complexity.

Kant again.

Social Time and the Diremption.

Derrida contra Derrida.

Heidegger/Ge-stell/ Van Gogh.

Ritual, Repetition, Frame.

Morality.

Philosophy of Biography.

Public /Private

Death and Diremption.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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