“Is there a rigorous and scientific concept of context? Stating it in the most summary manner possible a context is never absolutely determinable, or rather its determination can never be entirely certain or saturated.”


Derrida: Often when intellectual appeal to context, they don’t understand it as a shifting and quirky ground, but as a predetermined dead field of static. Quote modified & discovered via COREY ANTON

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