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One needs to reflect namely on the connection between the Homeric Penelope's most typical activity, its Latin equivalent texere, and, texts and contexts, familiar "passepartouts" in our contemporary intellectual culture.
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(89) Texere means to weave, plait, or intertwine, and by extension, to join together or to direct movements in an intricate course.
The word 'text' comes from the verb 'to weave', texere, and Derrida is famous for the aphorism that: 'There is nothing outside of the text'.
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Among those to benefit, Bradfordbased Texere Yarns borrowed PS40,000 through Funding Circle in January.
I learned that our English word "text" comes from the Latin texere, which means "to weave." Spiders are weavers.