Miracle and Machine Hardback
Jacques Derrida and the Two Sources of Religion, Science and the Media
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Miracle and Machine
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But Miracle and Machine is much more than a commentary on a single Derrida text. Through references to scores of other works by Derrida, both early and late, it also provides a unique introduction to Derrida's work in general. It demonstrates that one of the very best ways to understand the terms, themes, claims, strategies, and motivations of Derridean deconstruction from the early 1960s through 2004 is to read critically and patiently, in its spirit and in its letter, an exemplary text such as "Faith and Knowledge." Finally, Miracle and Machine attempts to put Derrida's ideas
about religion to the test by reading alongside "Faith and Knowledge" an already classic work of American fiction that is more or less contemporaneous with it, Don DeLillo's 1997 Underworld, a novel that explores the same relationship between faith and knowledge, religion and science, religious revelation and the World Wide Web,
messianicity, and weapons of mass destruction in a word, in two words, miracles and machines.
Miracle and Machine by Michael Naas was published by Fordham University Press in February 2012. The ISBN for Miracle and Machine is 9780823239979.
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Details for Miracle and Machine
|Author / Artist||Michael Naas|
|Publisher||Fordham University Press (February 2012)|
|Number of Pages||428|
|Page last updated||17th January 2018|