Community necessarily takes place in what Blanchot has called “unworking,” referring to that which, before or beyond the work, withdraws from the work, and which, no longer having to do either with production or with completion, encounters interruption, fragmentation, suspension. Community is made of the interruption of singularities, or of the suspension that singular beings are. Community is not the work of singular beings, for community is simply their being–their being suspended upon its limit. Communication is the unworking of work that is social, economic, technical, and institutional.

(Jean-Luc Nancy, The Inoperative Community)

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