Differentiation and identification as basic operation for constituting of the unity of the world

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Both classical and postclassical philosophy (up to Derrida and Deleuze) are more or less dominated by opposition of identity and difference (presumably existing on themselves). The article proposes to substitute this opposition with a concept of inseparable chain of procedures of identification and differentiation which can produce identities and differences.

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V U Kuznetsov

Lomonosov Moscow State University

Email: vassilik@yandex.ru
Department of Ontology and Theory of Knowledge Faculty of Philosophy


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