Jacques Derrida says that philosophy has always assumed logo centrism. What is this? Derrida insists that all language and thought is imbued with ‘difference.’ What is this? If you hold that differance is real, how can you assess if anything is true or false? How can you even assert the theory of deconstruction?
2. Michel Foucault holds that knowledge and power are intimately related. What does he mean, exactly? Do you agree or disagree?
3. Richard Rory says that we should be ironists about all sorts of things, such as reality. In other words, we should never assert that we know things, or that we are correct. Rather, we should only do so ironically. Is this possible? Or desirable? Indeed, if we could only assert things ironically, how could we make these claims about irony in the first place?