The 'Enlightenment', which discovered the liberties, also invented the disciplines.
The imaginary is not formed in opposition to reality as its denial or compensation; it grows among signs, from book to book, in the interstice of repetitions and commentaries; it is born and takes shape in the interval between books. It is the phenomena of the library.
Do not ask who I am and do not ask me to remain the same.
Do not think that one has to be sad in order to be militant, even though the thing one is fighting is abominable.
In writing, the point is not to manifest or exalt the act of writing, nor is it to pin a subject within language; it is, rather, a question of creating a space into which the writing subject constantly disappears.