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Derrida and the End of History
by Stuart Sim
In the POSTMODERN ENCOUNTER series, the author places Derrida's rejection of Fukuyama's claim within a wider tradition of endist thought. The Frenchman's critique of endism is highlighted as one of his most valuable contributions to the post-modern cultural debate as well as the most accessible entry to deconstruction.
Paperback, 80 pages
Published August 16th 1995 by Totem Books
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An easy to read look at Derrida, who is a notoriously difficult theorist. Discusses 'endism', and also reviews The Inhuman which sounds an interesting text, since it predicts that technoscience wishes to preserve life past the end of the universe without humans, which is what Baudrillard discusses in Art and Artifact. Interesting snapshot of various theorists.