zur Kritik: German for “on the critique of…” as well as “on critique in general” or “toward a critique”. Inscribing and re-inscribing narratives; ideally, before they become reified and sacrosanct. Opening spaces for questions, doubts, attacks. Circling the void at the core of the archaeo-teleology that is called “History”: the event is happening, and always, it will have happened, and it will not have been an event. The latter is narrative; the former is critique: reinscription.
And yet, as always, the critique of historical narrative is done in the name of historical narrative; as always, rationality can only call itself in question; the petitio principii remains the same.