The text affirms the outside, marks the limits of this speculative operation, deconstructs and reduces to the status of effects all the predicates through which speculation appropriates the outside. If there is nothing outside the text, this implies, with the transformations of the concept of text in general, that the text is no longer the snug airtight inside of an interiority or an identity-to-itself.

                                                                    - Jacques Derrida, Dissemination

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