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Law's responsive dimension and illimitability are the domains where aspects of society can be "interrupted and unmade, reiterated and made anew." (144)
The wood is also suggestive of what Jean Luc Nancy in his "LOffrandre Sublime" calls "a movement to the infinite or, more exactly, in the direction of illimitability [...] which takes place by the side, on the edge of the limited and so on the edge of the presentation" (51).
As with Percy Bysshe Shelley's failed epiphany in "Mont Blanc" or Thomas De Quincey's vision of the retreating throne of God in Suspiria de Profundis, a semblance of the numinous fleetingly appears but quickly dissolves as a sense of illimitability supervenes.