The Grammatology of the Future

  • Sung-Do Kim


SUNG-DO KIM1: An introduction of your work to a new audience (in Korea) provides an opportunity to consider your career as one possible response to the question of the future of the Humanities (the Human Sciences). This question in its largest terms concerns the future of the book, of libraries, and of school as such. The point of departure of your research was Jacques Derrida’s De la grammatologie, which I translated into Korean. Perhaps we could begin with a reminder of how you understand “grammatology.” What is your relationship to the scholarship on literacy, including such figures as Walter Ong, Jack Goody, Eric Havelock, and Marshall McLuhan?


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© Peter Pericles Trifonas and Michael A. Peters 2005

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