Impossibilité de dire la présence de l’être: l’exemple de l’écriture derridienne


Abstract: Derrida places presence in the centre of structure, as an object of structuralist studies. Defining this concept is a matter of the language, of the voice and the living word. In fact, Derrida’s writing claims the impossibility to define presence, intimately related to inner space, where temporality and spatiality tend toward the unlimited.

Keywords: Jacques Derrida, Baltimore, structuralisme, deconstruction, «parole vivante»