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Grammatology  “Il n’y a pas de hors-texte.”

― Jacques Derrida, Of Grammatology  “Il n’y a pas de hors-texte.”

“In their effort to divorce language and experience, deconstructionist critics remind me of middle-class parents who do not allow their children to play in the street.”
― Charles Simic, The Unemployed Fortune-Teller: Essays and Memoirs

“Therefore we will not listen to the source itself in order to learn what it is or what it means, but rather to the turns of speech, the allegories, figures, metaphors, as you will, into which the source has deviated, in order to lose it or rediscover it—which always amounts to the same.”
― Jacques Derrida

“Psychoanalysis has taught that the dead – a dead parent, for example – can be more alive for us, more powerful, more scary, than the living. It is the question of ghosts.”
― Jaques Derrida “I would like to write you so simply, so simply, so simply. Without having anything ever catch the eye, excepting yours alone, … so that above all the language remains self-evidently secret, as if it were being invented at every step, and as if it were burning immediately”

Paul Virilio, Surfing the Accident I am always speaking about things that have not happened yet, but which are in the process of becoming reality.”

Celibidache, Phenomenology of Music “When I am in front of an orchestra, I receive a lot of information. What is the most important? Which information must my consciousness follow? I must reduce this multiplicity into a single unity, taking into account that reduction does not mean losing any information.”

Joseph Beuys, e-flux Journal Intenția mea: haosul sănătos – pierderea sănătoasă a formei într-un mediu cunoscut care încălzește conștient o formă rece, letargică a trecutului – o convenție socială, dar care face posibile forme viitoare.” 

Jean-Luc Godard, Interview by Jean-Marc Lalanne „ Nu există proprietate intelectuală. Un autor nu are drepturi. Eu nu am drepturi, am numai obligații.”

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