In order to determine the characteristics of non-philosophy, we frame it in opposition to an image of an established paradigm: Deconstruction (as suggested by Jean-Luc Nancy in La deconstruction du christianisme). We comment on this image, we add to it, we transform it. It is a simple image of Deconstruction, one that speaks for itself independently of all textual techniques or mechanisms, yet it allows for an easy comparison with non-philosophy: it allows us to identify clearly their different objectives and respective methods. In the text below, the first number refers to the various themes of Deconstruction and non-philosophy that are compared; the second, which is always binary, refers first to Deconstruction (1), and then to non-philosophy (2).
"Deconstruction and Non-Philosophy by François Laruelle and translated by Nicholas Hauck,"
Chiasma: A Site For Thought: Vol. 1
, Article 4.
Available at: http://ir.lib.uwo.ca/chiasmaasiteforthought/vol1/iss1/4