if the Other comes naked and destitute of being some other designation besides God should be thought of. or no designation at all. God as described is not the Absolute Person but the absolute dispossession of the personal and the impossibility of the subjectivity of the other as well as of the same. the approach of the other is an indication of the impossibility of enclosure even as the other shows up as utter exteriority: signification as the one for the other and the other for the one yet borne out of no possible designation as 'one' or 'other' because it is the unfigurable and prior orientation of designation itself. or the radical exposure of the infinitely inappropriable.
what i'm not sure of is if this repetition does not allow for an reinscription of whatever power. that is, if alterity as exposed is exposed and destitute, what prevents egoism from enacting the same murder as always? that it will miss? yes but it will still kill something.
i'm so tired of thinking.