To write is to know that what has not yet been produced within literality has no other dwelling place, does not await us as prescription in some topos ouranios, or some divine understanding. Meaning must await being said or writ- ten in order to inhabit itself, and in order to become, by diﬀering from itself, what it is: meaning.
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