„All becoming irregular [dérèglement] (or, if one wants, all deregulation, though this word has taken on an official sense) of rythms produces antagonistic effects. It throws out of order and disrupts; it is symptomatic of a disruption that is generally profound, lesional and no longer functional. (…) That only happens, individually or socially, by passing through a crisis. Disruptions and crises always have origins in and effects on rythms.“ (Lefebvre 44)