ABSTRACT. Derrida believes that it is necessary to account for the stability of interpretive contexts; to account for a certain stability is precisely not to speak of eternity or of absolute solidity. Foucault elucidates the bases for understanding how the subject was constituted in and through a dispositif that included technologies of domination. Deleuze says that sense is the fourth dimension of the proposition. Sartre points out that the word "image" could only indicate the relation of consciousness to the object.



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