When I use my pen to ink marks onto this piece of white paper, the action of writing or 'inking' is an operation of distinction whereby I bring forth the inked words on the page. So 'inking' as an action is the operation of distinction I can consensually enact and the inked words are the object I bring forth with my actions. The object is a consensual distinction which obscures the action it stands for.

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