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Be who you are, her translation runs - already a slight congealment of a notoriously untranslatable phrase, since asher implies what or as as much as who, and the verb form is more the dynamic will be than the static are, and there is no way to preserve in English the suggestion of God's unuttered name, which is compounded of tenses of the verb to be.
This is the case because "class" is not simply a congealment of discourses, but a structural relation that cannot be renegotiated through "subversive repetition" or "reversibility.
Of such "dead congealment," where private utterance claims to offer a definitive embodiment of the "public good," Milton writes sarcastically:
But because it is writing organized around such an alleged presence, which it wants to capture, metaphysics exhibits "tendencies towards theoretical centering and congealment,"(14) which, again, are marks of presence and the present, as they are understood in the metaphysical tradition.
Mobile knowledge is predicated on a hypermediated everyday life--where continuous connectivity structures interactions, from research and development to the production and marketing of handheld devices, from the congealment of venture capital to the presumed normalcy of life always connected.