Phono-Logocentrism of the West and Da Dao Wu Yan of China (Lao-Zhuang and Derrida: Some thoughts of Deconstruction Philosophy and Linguistics)............
J. Derrida starts deconstruction with the conception of Phono-Logocentrism in the Western culture by replacing a letter E in the word DIFFERENCE by a letter A to create a new ‘word’ DIFFERANCE, which can be so written, but cannot be heard and cannot be apprehe nded in speech . In our opinion, Deconstructionism still
considers the highest phono -logos in speechas the last limit. This is not true to LaoZhuang of China. They seem to have surpassed that limit to enter the metalinguistic origin named “Dao/Way”. It is known that Dao is indefinite, it goes beyond the so -called “in the beginning was the Word”. When we compare Lao- Zhuang with Derrida, it is time for us to raise a question: Amid the speechless World, what ‘differences’ between the East and the West does Deconstructionism find?