عنوان مقاله [English]
In this article, we seek to understand Derrida's philosophical thought and resolve its ambiguity; our answer to this ambiguity is that Derrida must first be understood and placed within the framework of Emmanuel Levinas' discussions. Considering Derrida, in his own right, is very key and makes the implicit meaning of his philosophy different. The reason for this development is that in the general reading Derrida is considered to be the first heir of Nietzsche and then Heidegger, which is placed on the intellectual horizon of the two and in the tradition of metaphysical critique of the two. Levinas-based view of Derrida means that his philosophy is a transition from Heideggerian philosophy, that is ontology, to morality. That is, Derrida's words, within the language of Levine, fall within the framework of justice. According to this, the main question of the present article is how the precedence of morality over ontology in Derrida's philosophy can be showed? Accordingly, Derrida's intellectual endeavor should be seen as an attempt to move beyond ontological issues, and his method of deconstruction should be considered as an analysis that is not in the realm of existence but in the binding force of morality, an action that goes beyond and recognizes it.