Derrida has had a profound influence on the way texts are read. Deconstruction has become a Sphinx-like feature of the modern critical landscape. The contributors to this volume have endeavoured to take a critical view of Derrida's oeuvre. The contributors include: Jean-Luc Nancy, Manfred Frank, John Sallis, Robert Bernasconi, Irene Harvey, Michael Haar, Christopher Norris, Geoff Bennington, John Llewelyn. David Wood has provided the introduction.