Part 6. Death of the Author

The writer dies once a text has been created

In my view, what Searle disapproves of most is Derrida’s lack of clarity and rigor in his usage of terminology and the oversimplifications he makes in an attempt to propagate his own agenda.

Of course, one could argue in reply that Searle commits a similar folly in that he relies just as heavily on his own…



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Flannery Wilson

Flannery has a PhD in Comparative Literature. She teaches French, Italian, and visual media. Her book on Taiwanese cinema can be found on Amazon.