The death of interpretation is to believe that there are signs, signs that exist primarily, originally, really, as coherent, pertinent, and systematic marks […] The life of interpretation, on the contrary, is to believe that there are only interpretations.

Michel Foucault, Aesthetics, Method and Epistemology

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