By Timothy Clark
Jacques Derrida is definitely one of many preferable figures within the improvement of twentienth-century literary conception. the college of 'deconstruction' that has grown out of his paintings has been both absorbed into the corpus of contemporary literary concept, or criticized for its departures from the unique texts of Derrida in whose identify it truly is practised. Timothy Clark's leading edge publication lines as an alternative assets of Derrida's perform of 'literature' as a kind of philosophical considering, within the paintings of Heidegger and Blanchot. It bargains a welcome stylistic readability in a box beleaguered by means of its philosophical and linguistic hassle. Clark supplies shut readings of key texts together with Heidegger's dialog on a rustic course, Blanchot's L'attente l'oubli, and Derrida's Pas and Signsponge, and widens the scope of his dialogue of philosophical cultivation of 'literary' varieties to incorporate moreover the problems of creativity, effect and accountability as they seem within the paintings of Lyotard and Levinas.
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This is language which truly inaugurates a 'world' and gives to things their appearance and significance: Homer, Sappho, Pindar, Sophocles, are they literature? No! But that is the way they appear to us, and the only way, even when we are engaged in demonstrating by means of literary history that these works of poetry really are not literature. (WT, p. 134)13 Let us now turn to Heidegger's reading of a particular poem, 'A Winter Evening' by Georg Trakl (' Language' (1959), PL T, pp. 189-230). Concerning the lines 'Window with falling snow is arrayed / Long tolls the vesper bell', Heidegger writes: The speaking names the winter evening time.
This appearance is still the basic trait of the presence of all present beings, as they rise into unconcealment, (WL, p. 38) Similarly, it would be false to transfer modern problems in the philosophy of perception or representation to ancient Greek thought. For the latter, humankind does not face the world, rather it is faced by the phenomena themselves in their disclosure. Derrida also notes that there is no equivalent in ancient Greek for the modern 'representation'. 3 What is involved, however is not some return to the Greeks.
Concerning the lines 'Window with falling snow is arrayed / Long tolls the vesper bell', Heidegger writes: The speaking names the winter evening time. What is this naming? Does it merely deck out the imaginable familiar objects and eventa-snow, bell, window, falling, ringing - with words of a language? (PLT, p. Ig8) In insisting 'No', Heidegger grants an ontological status to language: This naming does not hand out titles, it does not apply terms, but it calls into the word. The naming calls. Calling brings closer what it calls.