[Unfinished] Being as a Logos, the Normativity of Truth, on Circularity and Other Loose Ends, and a Response to My Critics


Is not to write, once more, to confuse ontology and grammar?

— Jacques Derrida, Writing and Difference, p. 78

The problem of the value of truth confronted us — or was it we who confronted it? Which of us here is Oedipus? Which the Sphinx?

— Friedrich Nietzsche, On Truth and Untruth, p. 70




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Evan Jack

How sweet terror is, not a single line, or a ray of morning sunlight fails to contain the sweetness of anguish. - Georges Bataille