Originary Complexity

Some articles on originary complexity:

Jacques Derrida - Work - The Phenomenology Vs Structuralism Debate (1959)
... This originary complexity must not be understood as an original positing, but more like a default of origin, which Derrida refers to as iterability ... It is this thought of originary complexity that sets Derrida's work in motion, and from which all of its terms are derived, including "deconstruction" ... Derrida's method consisted in demonstrating the forms and varieties of this originary complexity, and their multiple consequences in many fields ...

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