Acknowledgments Contributors 1. Introduction: Denegation and Resentment Toby Foshay 2. Of an Apocalyptic Tone Newly Adopted in Philosophy Jacques Derrida 3. How to Avoid Speaking: Denials Jacques Derrida 4. On Not Solving Riddles Alone Michel Despland 5. nO nOt nO Mark C. Taylor 6. A Hindu Response to Derrida's View of Negative Theology Harold Coward 7. The Deconstruction of Buddhism David Loy 8. Conclusion: Divine Reservations Morny Joy 9. Post-Scriptum: Aporias, Ways and Voices Jacques Derrida Index
Harold Coward is Director of the Calgary Institute for the Humanities at the University of Calgary. He is author of Derrida and Indian Philosophy and Jung and Eastern Thought; editor of Modern Indian Responses to Religious Pluralism; and co-author of Hindu Ethics: Purity, Abortion, and Euthanasia, all published by SUNY Press. Toby Foshay is Assistant Professor in the Department of English at the University of Victoria.
"So we could say that, rather than measuring deconstruction as a negative theology, we are attempting to gauge the degree to which the modern in its negativity is prefigured by the classical tradition in its own characteristic search for autonomy, to better appreciate the genealogy and disjunction of our era." - from the Introduction