Graham Harman blogged,
"I won't criticize Derrida's reading of Heidegger too much, since I'm probably just as guilty of going beyond the letter of what Heidegger actually says."
Serious. This gets a lot of brownie points from me. My major beef with many scholars is not about the details of the scholarship, but our awareness of our relationship to it, especially since I alight more on the practice of philosophy than philosophy as text. Kudos, Harman, for the reflexive moment.