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  Seeing Animals After Derrida  charts a new course in animal studies that re-examines Jacques Derrida's enduring thought on the animal in his seminal 1997 Cerisy conference, "The Animal That Therefore I Am." Building new proximities with the animal in and through -- and in times in spite of -- the visual apparatus, this collection of essays investigates how the recent turn in animal studies towards new materialism, speculative realism, and object-oriented ontology prompts a renewed engagement with Derrida's animal philosophy. In taking up the matter of Derrida's treatment of animality for the current epoch, the contributors of this book each present a case for new philosophical approaches and aesthetic paradigms that challenge the ocularcentrism of Western culture.      https://www.amazon.com/Seeing-Animals-Derrida-Ecocritical-Practice/dp/1498540597     https://rowman.com/ISBN/9781498540599/Seeing-Animals-after-Derrida

Seeing Animals After Derrida charts a new course in animal studies that re-examines Jacques Derrida's enduring thought on the animal in his seminal 1997 Cerisy conference, "The Animal That Therefore I Am." Building new proximities with the animal in and through -- and in times in spite of -- the visual apparatus, this collection of essays investigates how the recent turn in animal studies towards new materialism, speculative realism, and object-oriented ontology prompts a renewed engagement with Derrida's animal philosophy. In taking up the matter of Derrida's treatment of animality for the current epoch, the contributors of this book each present a case for new philosophical approaches and aesthetic paradigms that challenge the ocularcentrism of Western culture. 

 

https://www.amazon.com/Seeing-Animals-Derrida-Ecocritical-Practice/dp/1498540597

 

https://rowman.com/ISBN/9781498540599/Seeing-Animals-after-Derrida