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forge

1. a place in which metal is worked by heating and hammering; smithy
2. a hearth or furnace used for heating metal
3. a machine used to shape metals by hammering

forge

[fȯrj]
(metallurgy)
To form a metal, usually hot, into desirable shapes by employing compressive forces.
A machine or place in which metal is formed hot, or where iron is produced from its ore.
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This is the problem Derrida addresses in the essay, "Signature Event Context": if intelligibility depends on iteration, there can be no necessary connection between any sign and any particular self; if all signatures are forgeable, none is valid.