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Nor’ of the Idea of Prose can be phrased as follows. 12 How does it relate to what is nothing except by excluding the possible through the real? How does it relate to the force of exclusion, which is always blind and uncompromising? IV There would be no exclusion if one did not belong to a whole, to something that can be identified and named. When exclusion is meant to be overcome by way of an appropriation of belonging itself, as Agamben suggests in The Coming Community, once again the decisive difficulty of an integral actuality becomes manifest, namely the difficulty of an integration and of an integrality that are supposed to restore what has not taken place and also what has taken place only on the basis of exclusion.

59. 1 Is the constellation of ideas that it forms the product of a poetic vocation or of a thought that seeks to liberate truth from its linguistic reification? This question, the question of the relationship between philosophy and poetry, between meaning and melos, between a prose whose implicit philosophical determination regulates the effects of its signifying function and a poetry whose purely sonorous and rhythmic dimension seems to resist any translation – this question is also explicitly raised in the fragment or aphorism that bears the same title as the book itself, ‘Idea of Prose’.

J. Stambough (New York/Evanston/San Francisco/London: Harper & Row, 1971), p. 151. Heidegger, ‘Words’, p. 155. Theodor W. Adorno, ‘On Lyric Poetry and Society’, in Notes to Literature, trans. Sh. Weber-Nicholsen (New York: Columbia University Press, 1991), p. 41. Agamben, Idea of Prose, p. 65. Agamben, Idea of Prose, p. 71. Giorgio Agamben, ‘Bartleby, or on Contingency’, in Potentialities, trans. D. Heller-Roazen (Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press, 1999), p. 267. Giorgio Agamben, The Coming Community, trans.

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