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Exarchos, Dimitris; Stamos, Yannis (2008)
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    • 4 It is not our intention to show Xenakis's approach as similar to Derrida's, as there is no evidence that he was aware of the latter's work (Derrida was working on these themes at around the same time). What is important here though is the logic of supplementarity and of incompleteness of an account on the matter (which is also reflected in that Xenakis had not written any complete treatise on outside-time structures).
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