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Is it still there?

It is enough to say that each one, in his or her own way, produces a dense veil of meaning before that real which is still there, every morning, returning to the same place. 1

The text above reminds me of a comic strip called Red Meat where a character named Bug Eued Earl asks a question about the real.

  1. Ana Cecilia González, counter-continuity, July 11th, 2020|LRO 238

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