Apophasis and Transgression in Contemporary Theoretical Discourse
Part One: (Un)saying God: Jacques Derrida’s Dream of “New Language”
If I do not invent a new language (through simplicity rediscovered) another fluid, a new SENTENCE, I will have failed in this book, which does not mean that that’s the place to start, on the contrary, you have to drag on in the old syntax, train oneself with you, dear reader, toward an idiom which in the end would be untranslatable in return into the language of beginnings, learn an unknown language.
Jacques Derrida “Circumfession”
… the name of God is a way to keep things open, to open them up to what eye hath not seen nor ear heard, to hope for and believe impossible things…
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