Paul De Man
Paul de Man (December 6, 1919, Antwerp – December 21, 1983, New Haven, Connecticut) was a Belgian-born deconstructionist literary critic and theorist.
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... After the discovery of Paul de Man's controversial wartime journalism for the collaborationist Belgian newspaper Le Soir, Kaplan wrote a widely cited article about ...
... and Responsibility in Deconstructive Writing Claire Colebrook, Paul de Man, Tom Cohen, and J ... Theory and the Disappearing Future On de Man, On Benjamin ... (Includes de Man's notes for "Conclusions on The Task of the Translator" in facsimile and transcript form.) Tom Cohen, Barbara Cohen, J ...
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“Modernity exists in the form of a desire to wipe out whatever came earlier, in the hope of reaching at least a point that could be called a true present, a point of origin that marks a new departure.”
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