By Harold Coward
This publication establishes a confident and at the same time stimulating discussion among Jacques Derrida and japanese idea. fabulous parallels are stumbled on with a few conventional Indian philosophies of language, particularly with the Hindu thinker Bhartrhari, and with the chinese language Taoists. Conversely, the perspectives of SAankara and Nagarjuna on language certainly range from these of Derrida.
Derrida and Indian Philosophy builds a bridge during which conventional jap perspectives on language can have interaction the most recent in smooth Western inspiration. It additionally indicates that our figuring out of Derrida will be better whilst his inspiration is approached from an jap standpoint on language.