par Lamy-Rested, Elise
Référence Enrahonar, 66
Publication Publié, 2021
Article révisé par les pairs
Résumé : Following the thread of the concept of virtuality in Derrida's thinking, this article shows how, in Derrida, any political act can be thought of as a virtual act. The deconstruction of the concept of virtuality from Spectres de Marx (1993) allows first of all to understand differently its irruption in Otobiographies (1984), contemporaneous with the recently published seminar La vie la mort (2019) in which we find chapter 2 "Logique de la vivante", and to read with new eyes "Du droit à la justice", the first part of Force de loi (1993). How can we ensure that every "over-life" counts and not only the life of the white man who wrote and signed, in the name of a so-called "free people", the declaration of independence of the United States or South America.