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Under the changes to the Law on Higher Education, the diplomas from abroad are required to have an apostil print.
It is only in the 2001 apostil that Agamben renames this condition "inoperativity": "Not work, but rather inoperativity and de-creation are ...
To different parts of the populous street, in different small studies around the city, the writing of Bosman and Abrahams is variously unknown, forgotten, remembered, memorable; an apostil in the margins, or ambitiously re-collected for literary history.
* Another provision of the regulations was that original documents remitted abroad and annexed to the file needed to have a mandatory apostil, according to treaties.