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Jacques Derrida’s thinking is radical, provocative, controversial, and even difficult. This book looks afresh at Derrida’s thinking in relation to architecture. It simplifies his ideas in a clear, concise way. As well as a review of Derrida’s interaction with architecture, it is also a careful consideration of the implications of his thinking, particularly on the way architecture is practiced.
Prologue 1. Thinking About Architecture 2. Language and Architecture 3. Intertextuality and Metaphor 4. Derrida on Architecture 5. Other Spaces 6. Derrida and Radical Practice