ARTICOLI / 3 / Anne Alombert /
In «Les fins de l’homme», an article published in 1968, Derrida shows that even though they are created against humanist metaphysics, Husserl’s, Hegel’s and Heidegger’s phenomenologies remain anthropocentrist, because they use the language of occidental metaphysics. The aim of Derrida’s grammatology is to transform this language, to release it from its logocentrist presuppositions, in order to exceed metaphysics and humanism. But even though he shows its necessity, Derrida does not manage to produce grammatology. B. Stiegler seems to carry on this project, through the production of an organology and a neguanthropology. By questionning the invention of the human form of life through technical exteriorisation, this discourse allows to consider a way out Anthropocene.