As you can well imagine, there are probably going to be quite a number things wrong with this website. At the very least, there might be links that may not be working. They might be broken or they might lead you to somewhere else other than where you expected to go.
In such a situation, I really would like you to help me out. Seriously. I would like you to fill out the form below and let me know of the pages that are loading improperly or lead to a “404 Page Not Found” error.
If you feel that you have gone to some sort of error page or certain things in the site are not working properly, please do me a favor and report the URL. It may seem like a hassle to you, it might even seem like a waste of time, but believe me, other Derrida fans or critics from all over the world would greatly appreciate your gesture because I only have so much time and I also only have so much attention to focus on this website because, believe it or not, I have a day job. So, given these realities and these limitations, this website really is a work in progress in so many levels.
Another way you can help me out with this website is to contribute whatever resources you have come across, both online and offline, involving Jacques Derrida, the philosopher, the man, and the cultural phenomenon.
Whether you’re a big fan or you are a critic of Derrida, it doesn’t really matter, I am interested in what you know and, most importantly, what you can share about what you know about this very important person.
Now, it’s very easy to see why a lot of people criticize Derrida. It’s very easy to see why people disagree with him, but regardless of whether you agree with him or you find fault with this very flawed man, I am interested in what you have to say.
This website is a community, first and foremost. People who are interested, in any shape or form, in Derrida are more than welcome to share their feedback, share their insights, suggestions and comments.
The Bottom Line
Regardless of whether you are submitting links for debugging purposes, or you are reporting any kind of suggestion for improvement, I need to hear from you. Similarly, if you have an essay or a personal article written about Derrida, I’d love to have a copy.
Please feel free to give me a license so I can publish it on this platform so people all over the world who are interested in any way, shape or form, in the work, legacy and cultural and political and social impact of this amazing man can get access to such information.
Feel free to be part of this global community because Derrida, whether you like it or not, is a part of our modern reality on so many different levels.