This new book reflects Derrida's latest views on the role of education and international organizations in an era of globalization. In this book, Derrida develops a notion of the global citizen that is uniquely post-Kantian. He looks especially at the changing role of UNESCO and similar organizations at a time when individual and national identities, knowledge and commerce, and human rights all are brought to world attention in new ways than they have been in the past. Following Derrida's writings on these issues, prominent scholars engage in a dialogue with him on his approach to understanding the ethics of international institutions and education today.
|Publisher:||Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc.|
|Series:||Culture and Politics Series|
|Edition description:||New Edition|
|Product dimensions:||5.32(w) x 8.44(h) x 0.39(d)|
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 The Right to Philosophy from the Cosmopolitical Point of View (The Example of an International Institution) Chapter 2 Roundtable Discussion by Hazard Adams, Ernst Behler, Hendrick Birus, Jacques Derrida, Wolfgang Iser, Murray Krieger, J. Hillis Miller, Ludwig Pfeiffer, Bill Readings, Ching-hsien Wang, Pauline Yu Chapter 3 What Comes Next? or After Difference: Meditations on the Debt and Duty to the Right of Philosophy