Derrida’s Notion of the Centre

Decentering in poststructuralism is a consequence of Derrida’s critique of binary oppositions, especially of speech/writing, where he accused Saussure of privileging speech over writing, owing to the presence, and authority of the speaker. Terming it as phonocentrism, which is a manifestation of logocentricm (centrality of the Word), Derrida argued that the whole of Western philosophical thought… Read More Derrida’s Notion of the Centre