Philosophical Specters, Hauntings, and ExorcismswithJacob W. Glazier

Books Mentioned In This Interview

jacques derrida margins of philosophy jacques derrida deconstruction jacques derrida specters of marx karl marx and frederick engels the communist manifesto jacques derrida of grammatology ferdinand de saussure course in general linguistics ian parker handbook of critical psychology michel foucault power/knowledge ken wilber trump and a post-truth world anu koivunen the power of vulnerability martin heidegger the concept of time jason reza jorjani prometheus and atlas e w capron modern spiritualism jack hunter paranthropology capron modern spiritualism

Jacob W. Glazier, PhD, has a doctorate degree in Psychology: Consciousness and Society from the University of West Georgia. He is an Adjunct Professor in the Department of Positive Human Development and Social Change at Life University and an online Adjunct Professor in the Department of Applied Psychology at New York University – Steinhardt. He is author of Arts of Subjectivity: A New Animism for the Post-Media Era. His website is

Here he focuses on the philosophical, political, and linguistic writings of Jacques Derrida, particularly his book Specters of Marx. Derrida invokes concepts such as conjuration and exorcism to describe philosophical processes. As one of the founders of the post-modern, deconstruction movement, Derrida wielded an enormous influence on twentieth century academic discourse. Glazier relates this intellectual movement to issues relevant to contemporary parapsychology.

(Recorded on June 10, 2020.)

Published on July 4, 2020


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