Exscribe

Ex`scribe´


v. t.1.To copy; to transcribe.
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I, that have been a lover, and could show it, Though not in these, in rhymes not wholly dumb, Since I exscribe your sonnets, am become A better lover, and much better poet.
I that have beene a lover, and could shew it, Though not in these, in rithmes not wholly dumbe, Since I exscribe your Sonnets, am become A better lover, and much better Poet.
Nancy says, "Where thought uses itself to touch (to be touched by) that which is not for it a 'content' but its body; the space of this extension and opening in which and as which it exscribes itself, that is, lets itself be transformed into the concreteness of praxis of sense" (1997, page 10, original emphasis).