Derrida and Other Animals: The Boundaries of the Human
Derrida and Other Animals: The Boundaries of the Human
Edinburgh University Press

Derrida and Other Animals: The Boundaries of the Human

  • Publish Date: 2015-07-01
  • Binding: Hardcover
  • Author: Judith Still

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What is man? Judith Still examines Derrida's contribution to this long-standing philosophical and political debate, which has typically evoked a significant division between human beings and other animals. Derrida pays close attention to how animals are used to explore humanity in a range of writings, including fables and fiction. This leads to ethical questions about how humans treat animals: sacrificing animals (say, in factory farms) while extending love to pets. And it leads to political questions about how we dehumanise 'outsiders', from historical matters such as colonialism and slavery to contemporary issues such as State Terror in response to 'rogue states'.


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