Table of contents for Paper machine / Jacques Derrida ; translated by Rachel Bowlby.

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@toc4:Translator's Note	iii
@toc2:1	Machines and the "Undocumented Person"	000
2	The Book to Come	000
3	The Word Processor	000
4	"Butno, butneverand yetas for the media": Intellectuals	000
5	Paper or Me, You Know(New Speculations on a Luxury of the Poor)	000
6	The Principle of Hospitality	000
7	"Sokal and Bricmont Aren't Serious"	000
8	As If It Were Possible "Within Such Limits"	000
9	My Sunday "Humanities"	000
10	For José Rainha: What I Believe and Believe I Know	000
11	"What Does It Mean to be a French Philosopher Today?"	000
12	Not Utopia, the Im-possible	000
13	"Others Are Secret Because They Are Other"	000
14	Fichus	000
@toc4:Notes	000

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