ABSTRACT. Deleuze says that whatever you will, will it in such a way that you also will its eternal return; there is no possible compromise between Hegel and Nietzsche (Nietzsche's philosophy forms an absolute anti-dialectics). Baudrillard stresses that we live by object time - we live at the pace of objects, live to the rhythm of their ceaseless succession. Derrida notices that as the place of the irreplaceable singularity and the unique referential, the punctum irradiates and lends itself to metonymy.



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