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The Ear of the Other - Derrida

The Ear of the Other - Derrida

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Texts and Discussions
with JACQUES DERRIDA
OTOBIOGRAPHIES
The Teaching of Nietzsche andthe Politics of the Proper Name
JACQUES DERRIDA
Translated by Avital Rouen
THE EAR OF
THE OTHER
Otobiography, Transference,Translation
Ett,flish
edition edited by
Christie V. McDonald
(Based on the French edition edited by Claude
Levesque and Christie V. McDonald)
Translated
by
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SCHOCKEN BOOKS • NEW YORK
 
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To the memory of Eugenio Donato
Contents
 
First published by Schocken Books 1985
10 9 8 7 5 5 4 3 2 1
5 86 87 88
Copyright 1985 by Schocken Books Inc.
Originally published in French as L'oreille de
r autre
by Vlh Editeur:V1b Editeur, Montreal, 1982All rights reservedLibrary of Congress Cataloging in Publication Data
Derrida, Jacques.The ear of the other.
Translation of: L'oreille de l'autre.Bibliography: p.
1. Autobiography—Congresses. 2.Translatingand interpreting—Congresses. I. Levesque. Claude.
H.
McDonald. Christie V. III. Title.
CT25.D4713. 1985
09
4-16053
Designed by Nancy
Dale
Muldoon
Manufactured in the United States
ISBN 0-8052-3953-7
Preface
Translator's Note
Otobiographies
Roundtable on AutobiographyRoundtable on Translation
Works Citedvu
xi
1
39
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Preface
THIS BOOK
started on its way to Schocken Bookswhen its president, Julius Glaser, happened onto several pagesfrom the manuscript of an article (dealing with the translationof Jacques Derrida's Of Grammatology into English) in a postoffice on a small island off the coast of Maine where he sum-mers. Sleuthing the origins of the piece, from which the nameof the author was mysteriously missing (having been acciden-tally scattered across an open field, retrieved, and exposed for
the author to reclaim), Glaser soon identified the writer and
became fascinated with the impact that Derrida's thought was
to have on American readers. In the curious entanglement of
chance and necessity, it now seems no accident that Schocken
Books should publish a book in which Derrida, as one of theleading interpreters of Friedrich Nietzsche, sets the stage for
new and important readings of this enigmatic and controver-
sial philosopher, and engages with a number of interlocutors
in a forn. if active interpretation.
This book is the result of a series of meetings held at the
University of Montreal from October
22 to 24, 1979. My col-
league Claude Levesque and I invited Jacques Derrida to come
to Montreal to meet across the table with several academicprofessionals in philosophy, psychoanalysis, and literatureand to discuss their questions about aspects of philosophy.
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