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  1. 1. Perhaps<br />structurality<br />
  2. 2. Perhaps<br />structurality<br />COHERENCE<br />
  3. 3. Perhaps<br />structurality<br />COHERENCE<br />
  4. 4. Perhaps<br />structurality<br />COHERENCE<br />
  5. 5. Perhaps<br />the desire for coherence creates a center<br />Substitutions of the center as history of meaning<br />(Godrationalityirration-al unconscious)<br />structurality<br />COHERENCE<br />
  6. 6. Perhaps<br />The center as cause is both within and outside<br />the desire for coherence creates a center<br />Substitutions of the center as history of meaning<br />(Godrationalityirration-al unconscious)<br />structurality<br />COHERENCE<br />
  7. 7. Perhaps<br />The center as cause is both within and outside<br />Center as function means that it is both the center and not the center<br />the desire for coherence creates a center<br />Substitutions of the center as history of meaning<br />(Godrationalityirration-al unconscious)<br />structurality<br />COHERENCE<br />
  8. 8. Perhaps<br />The center as cause is both within and outside<br />Center as function means that it is both the center and not the center<br />the desire for coherence creates a center<br />Substitutions of the center as history of meaning<br />(Godrationalityirration-al unconscious)<br />so there can be no “transcendental signifier”<br />structurality<br />COHERENCE<br />
  9. 9. Perhaps<br />…stability of meaning is destroyed<br />The center as cause is both within and outside<br />Center as function means that it is both the center and not the center<br />the desire for coherence creates a center<br />Substitutions of the center as history of meaning<br />(Godrationalityirration-al unconscious)<br />so there can be no “transcendental signifier”<br />structurality<br />PLAY<br />Infinite play of signification<br />
  10. 10. Perhaps<br />…stability of meaning is destroyed<br />The center as cause is both within and outside<br />Center as function means that it is both the center and not the center<br />the desire for coherence creates a center<br />Substitutions of the center as history of meaning<br />(Godrationalityirration-al unconscious)<br />so there can be no “transcendental signifier”<br />structurality<br />PLAY<br />Infinite play of signification<br />Deconstruct!<br />
  11. 11. Perhaps<br />…stability of meaning is destroyed<br />The center as cause is both within and outside<br />Center as function means that it is both the center and not the center<br />the desire for coherence creates a center<br />Substitutions of the center as history of meaning<br />(Godrationalityirration-al unconscious)<br />so there can be no “transcendental signifier”<br />structurality<br />Infinite play of signification<br />Oh, but…each deconstruction of a SYSTEM depends on that SYSTEM…<br />Deconstruct!<br />
  12. 12. Perhaps<br />…stability of meaning is destroyed<br />The center as cause is both within and outside<br />Center as function means that it is both the center and not the center<br />the desire for coherence creates a center<br />Substitutions of the center as history of meaning<br />(Godrationalityirration-al unconscious)<br />so there can be no “transcendental signifier”<br />structurality<br />COHERENCE<br />Infinite play of signification<br />Just keep alert! And deconstruct on!<br />Oh, but…each deconstruction of a SYSTEM depends on that SYSTEM…<br />Deconstruct!<br />
  13. 13. Perhaps<br />…stability of meaning is destroyed<br />The center as cause is both within and outside<br />Center as function means that it is both the center and not the center<br />the desire for coherence creates a center<br />Substitutions of the center as history of meaning<br />(Godrationalityirration-al unconscious)<br />so there can be no “transcendental signifier”<br />structurality<br />PLAY<br />Infinite play of signification<br />Just keep alert! And deconstruct on!<br />Oh, but…each deconstruction of a SYSTEM depends on that SYSTEM…<br />Deconstruct!<br />

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