“I’ve tried to show how the roots them-selves are in a state of constant flux and change. The roots don’t stay in one place. They change shape. They change colour. And they grow. There is no such thing as a pure point of origin…. but that doesn’t mean there isn’t history.” Deleuze and Guattari.
“But let me make it perfectly clear that in no way is suffering necessary to find meaning. I only insist that meaning is possible even in spite of suffering—provided, certainly, that the suffering is unavoidable. If it were avoid-able, however, the meaningful thing to do would be to remove its cause, be it psychological, biological […]
“Labour […] already requires discourse and consequently the height of the other irreducible to the same, the prese-nce of the Other. There is no natural religion; but already human ego-ism leaves nature by virtue of the human body raised upwards, commi-tted in the direction of height. This is not its empirical illusion but its ontological […]
“Joseph of Arima-thea came before Pilate seeking the body of Jesus, beseeching him, saying; ‘Give me this stranger (dos moi touton ton xenon), who from infancy guested (xenisthenta) in the world as a stranger, he cried, Give me this stranger, whom His own people have hated and slain as a stranger, Give me this stranger, […]