ABSTRACT. Derrida argues that language as a medium and as a subject of philosophy constitutes a particular charged lows of deconstruction (Golumbia). Heidegger is far removed from concerning the self as a substance or a subject (George). Hegel believes that our natural instincts should be tempered and educated by reason, rather than modified (Hegel's procedure is uniquely able to capture our pre-scientific experience of nature).



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