Date: Fri Nov 12 2004 - 09:28:00 EST
Thanks Ajit. I tried searching for that interview on the Net, but so far no luck. I did come across an informative essay in which Derrida's position on Marx and Marxism (especially 'open marxism') is discussed. See Pradip Basu's "Postmodernism -- an Enemy of Marxism?" at http://www.angelfire.com/ar/views/#Pradip In solidarity, Jerry PS: on Michael Sprinkler, deceased, see http://theminnesotareview.org/ns58/intro.htm > I think he is referring to an Interview with Michael > Sprinker, which was published in a book edited by him. > I don't remember the title of the book now. Actually, > if I remember it correctly, in that interview Derrida > had said that Althusser and the Althusserians were the > only Marxists he could have a conversation with, rest > of the Marxists he characterised as "retards"! Cheers, > > Does anyone know where and when the interview with > > Derrida in > > which, according to Callincos, he said that "he was > > intimidated by > > the dogmatism of Althusser and his pupils" was > > published?
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