French philosopher Derrida, father of deconstruction, dies at 74

Derrida’s prolific writings, criticised by some as obscure and nihilist, argue that in literature — but also in fields such as art, music, architecture — there are multiple meanings not necessarily intended or even understood by the creator of the work. —French philosopher Derrida, father of deconstruction, dies at 74

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