Halil Ibrahim Yenigun
(by Joshua Kates) The Virginia Quarterly Review Summer 2006, 268- 269.
Publication year: 2006

In this new contribution to Derrida studies, Joshua Kates sets out to make up for the lack of a truly global interpretation of Derrida’s
thought. He seeks to develop a comprehensive view of Derrida, who has been lost in the rift between one camp that labels him a radical skeptic subscribing to linguistic determinism and another that sees deconstruction in greater proximity to traditional philosophy.