From: Ian Wright (iwright@GMAIL.COM)
Date: Tue Oct 19 2004 - 00:02:44 EDT
Roy Bhaskar similarly descends into a "stew of words", but I find his theories to be deep and interesting, so I can almost forgive the bad writing. But really there is no excuse for it. Some of the least intuitive and most difficult concepts derive from the physical sciences, yet when translated into terms anyone can understand, retain their profundity (e.g., relativity, quantum mechanics etc). When Derrida's ideas are translated into such terms, they appear trivial. Perhaps that explains the need to expend so much effort on style? -Ian.
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