Alan Sondheim
 
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Philosophy
Of such, without recourse to the return, because of evidence: one cannot return, or rather a return would be always and only from the present to the present, operable upon a remnant of the production, but only the remnant, which would be drawn into presence, or re-presence. It is evident that undoing is not that of doing, that one alters, that things have altered, that things have altered within one within the world; that one is altered within an altered or altering world. That the world is what is evident, that the world is without recourse, without return. That the world is therefore unbounded, bounded without the boundary or delineation of the return; that the present is this unbounded, continuous unbinding. The present is a filter. The return is nowhere, returns nowhere.
 
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