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Love, K. (2015)
Publisher: Trivium Publications
Languages: English
Types: Article
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This exploratory essay aims to open différance to a form of enquiry it has not seen coming. A consideration of the complex temporality that attends its historical emergence leads to a specifically différantial articulation of spatio-temporality. A residual element of spacing before/behind spatiotemporality provokes further consideration. The notion of verbality is introduced to provide analytical purchase. Analysis identifies a fundamental mannerism in différance; a participative and orchestrative spacance. Différance participates too determinately in this spacing, as this spacing. The paper thus urges différance to rewrite this element quasimetaphorically. In the ensuing drama, différance can rewrite the metaphor of spacing only by relying again on the spacing of metaphor. Unable to rewrite itself quickly enough, nonetheless compelled, an unexpected dimension opens.
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