“It is an “I” that is both part of the spectacle and part of the audience. An “I” that, a bit like you, undergoes it’s own incessant, violent reinscription within the arithmetical machinery. An “I” that functioning as a pure passageway for appropriation of substitution, is not some singular and inexplicable existence, some subject or life; but only rather moves between life and death, between reality and fiction. An “I” that is a mere function, or phantom.” - Jacques Derrida