Since knocking out a wall several months ago, Paul has found a new use for his hammer. It now holds down and holds open pages from Agamben. Paul's hammer, then, has a certain affinity to law, to law that has been deactivated and made ready for play.
So, find: law; replace: hammer--
One day humanity will play with hammers just as children play with disused objects, not in order to restore them to their canonical use but to free them from it for good. What is found after the hammer is not a more proper and original use value that precedes the hammer, but a new use that is born only after it. And use, which has been contaminated by hammers, must also be freed from its own value.