Foot Notes

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Controversial French philosopher whose theory of deconstruction gave us new insights into the meaning of language and aesthetic values2This will be the footnote to the article

Derrida’s starting point was his rejection of a common model of knowledge and language, according to which understanding something requires acquaintance with its meaning, ideally a kind of acquaintance in which this meaning is directly present to consciousness. For him, this model involved “the myth of presence”, the supposition that we gain our best understanding of something when it – and it alone – is present to consciousness.3This will be the second one