Il ritmo della decostruzione. Un’esperienza quasi-trascendentale
In this paper I will demonstrate how, in Derrida's approach to Husserl, phenomenology is to be understood through the notions of sound and space. First, I will show how the deconstruction of Husserl's phonologocentrism leads to a repositioning of the traditional concept of sound. Then, I will emphasize the relevance of the spatial element and its rhythmic dynamism. Under these premises, I will present my interpretive hypothesis, that in Derrida's thought there persists a transcendental dimension as a new transcendental aesthetics.