Wednesday, May 03, 2006

L’Intrus - J E A N - L U C N A N C Y

The intruder enters by force, through surprise or ruse, in any case without the right and without having first been admitted. There must be something of the intrus in the stranger; otherwise, the stranger would lose its strangeness: if he already has the right to enter and remain, if he is awaited and received without any part of him being unexpected or unwelcome, he is no longer the intrus, nor is he any longer the stranger. It is thus neither logically acceptable, intrusion in the coming of the stranger, the foreign.


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