According to Derrida:
“what, after all, of the remain(s), today, for us, here, now, of a Hegel?
For us, here, now: from now on that is what one will not have been able to think without him.”
“The incalculable of what remained calculates itself, elaborates all the coups, twists or scaffolds them in silence, you would wear yourself out even faster by counting them.”
“I begin with love.
This concept does not leave much room, despite appearances, for chitchat, or for declaration.”
(Jacques Derrida, Glas, University of Nebraska Press, 1986)