“It’s the law of quotation marks. Two by two they stand guard: at the frontier or before the door, assigned to the threshold in any case, and these places are always dramatic. The apparatus lends itself to theatricalization, and also to the hallucination of the stage and its machinery: two pairs of pegs hold in suspension a sort of drape, a veil or a curtain. Not closed, just slightly open.” (Derrida, 1989: 31)


Derrida, J. (1989). Of spirit: Heidegger and the question. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.