Ideas from 'later work' by Jacques Derrida [1980], by Theme Structure

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1. Philosophy / H. Continental Philosophy / 6. Deconstruction
Derrida came to believe in the undeconstructability of justice, which cannot be relativised [Critchley]
25. Society / A. State of Nature / 1. A People / c. A unified people
A community must consist of singular persons, with nothing in common [Glendinning]
Can there be democratic friendship without us all becoming identical? [Glendinning]