his etymo- logical metaphor covering a philosophical-political violence is also implied in the notion of archia (archie in French; also a neologism). Archia derives from the Greek arche¯, which combines the senses of a founding, original principle and of a government by one controlling principle. (Hence, for example, the etymological link between arche- ology and monarchy.) Philosophy is founded on the principle of the archia, on regulation by true, original principles; the deconstruction of philosophy reveals the diﬀerential excess which makes the archia pos- sible. This excess is often posed as an aporia, the Greek word for a
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