For Derrida the concept of neutrality is suspect and dogmatism is therefore involved in everything to a certain degree.
This is true not only with syntagmatic succession in relation with paradigmatic simultaneity, but also, in a broader sense, between diachronic succession in History related with synchronic simultaneity inside a "system of distinct signs".
There are ranks and there are orders.
Waiting in the Summer has this as a Running Gag in the movie they're making, and then it turns out that a member of the main cast is their leader, and a relative of another one who was referred to a few times is a member of the real MIB.
And yet an entire reading could be organized that would repeat in Aristotle's text both this limitation and its opposite".
Or "in" and "out", "here" and "there", "now" and "then", "past" and "present" and "future" and "eternal"? What makes you cringe?
Derrida refers to the—in this view, mistaken—belief that there is a self-sufficient, non-deferred meaning as metaphysics of presence.