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To some extent, the juxtaposition of segments of text as the basis of a public performance reﬂects the structure of the Mallarméan Livre or at least of the latter’s extant fragments edited by J. Scherer. However, the peculiarly deconstructive signiﬁcance of the juxtaposition of segments, although perhaps exempliﬁed by the unfolding of “la double séance,” is only expounded theoretically in certain passages of the associated commentary on Sollers. 67 Duality is fundamental to this conﬁguration, given that the textual samples can only be read within the operation of their re-inscription.
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II, 6–8 and IV, 14. Among books which present a structural confrontation between Heidegger and Neoplatonism in general see John D. Caputo, The Mystical Element in Heidegger’s Thought (Athens: Ohio University Press, 1978), and Sonya Sikka, Forms of Transcendence. 36 chapter two that he is familiar enough with Heidegger’s historical interpretation of Greek and “Scholastic” thought and of Neoplatonism’s overlapping of these two phases to have avoided falling into such naïve reductionism.