By Jacques Derrida
A tribute to at least one of the fathers of deconstruction in addition to a longer essay on reminiscence, loss of life, and friendship.
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The main body of the tract then reflects on the strange vicissitudes of Protestantism, from Wycliffe and Tyndale onwards, the reaction against it under Mary Tudor having been a test of true conscience, and popery having'found more Dissenters than the Reformation had done' (p. 5). ' Reprinted (with the Preface to Howe) in A Collection (1703) and the True Collection (1703), ten footnotes being added in the second edition (1705). B. , in 1698. Answered in J. Howe, Some Considerations ofa Preface to An Inquiry (1701).
Non Licet Hominem Muliebriter rixare. By the Author. London: Printed in the Year MDCC. 29. 4°: 13 leaves, pp. i-iv 1-2021 (errata) 22 blk. Date: Advertised as 'this day' in the Post-Man, 30 November-3 December 1700. Other locations: C, Csj, Dt, E, Lu, MRu, 0; CLU-C, CSmH, CtY-BR, DLC, ICN, InU-Li, IU, MB, NN, PPRF. A (somewhat acrimonious) reply to Remarks upon a Late Pamphlet intitul'd, The Two Great Questions Consider'd (1700), itself, as the title indicates, a counterblast to item 15 above. The author of the Remarks 18 BOOKS, PAMPHLETS AND BROADSHEETS is accused of belonging to a blasphemous 'Pamphleteering Club' (p.
I-ii 1-34. Date: Advertised as 'this day' in the English Post, 22-24 January 1701 (and the Post-Man, 23-25 January). Other locations: Ce, Csj, Dt, E, LAM, Ldw, Lu, 0, Oe, Orne; CSrnH, CtY-BR, DLC, IV, MB, MH-H, PPRF; CaOTU. An answer to the Rev. John Howe's Some Consideration ofa Preface to an Enquily, Concenzing the Occasional Conformity of Dissenters (1701), in which Howe had replied to the Preface to the second edition of Defoe's An EnquilY into the Occasional Conformity of Dissenters (9). Defoe expresses surprise at the severity and personal tone of this attack by Howe, a man he greatly esteems.