The Socratic pharmakon also acts like venom, like the bite of a poisonous snake. And Socrates' bite is worse than a snake's since its traces invade the soul. What Socrates' words and the viper's venom have in common, in any case, is their ability to penetrate and make off with the most concealed interiority of the body or soul.

(Derrida 118)

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