James Kearns and Ken Newton

An Interview with Jacques Derrida

The Literary Review is grateful to M. Alexandre, Director of the French Institute, Edinburgh, for arranging the following interview with the philosopher Jacques Derrida during M. Derrida’s recent lecture visit to Scotland. The interviewers, James Kearns and Ken Newton, are lecturers in French and English respectively at Dundee University.

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