the Event; the Pandemic

If there is a relation between us and the event, it is non-relational, non-simple, and non-linear. The event is impossible, unforeseeable, and undefinable; that which happens without taking place, what arrives by never coming, and what is nearness in its becoming nothing but separated-ness and apartness; the undefinable rendered a word which evades our words and language, that is, a word bordering on the absence of language and a time bordering on the disappearance of a certain history. Thinking the event is thinking the limit, perhaps the limit of thinking, and the dangerousness of every limit, of every border.  

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