Oxford Literary Review 45.1, July 2023. "What might Eco-deconstruction be?”
It is not I who deconstruct; rather, something I called ‘deconstruction’ happens to the experience of a world, a culture,
a philosophic tradition: ‘it’ deconstructs, ça ne va pas, there is something that budges, that is in the
process of being dislocated, disjointed, disadjoined, and of which I begin to be aware. Something is
‘deconstructing’ and it has to be answered for.” (Jacques Derrida, in A Taste for the Secret (2001).