Ehm, sorry for the way I
wrote those indirect interrogatives. It should have been "which the token is".
Haste is not good for my writing.
The paradox with the
identifying clause is right that they're identifying (and it's too easy to just
stop there) -- but you can analyse the identity. Actually, a
double identity does not imply that the subject changes just because the
words have been switched. The identifier may remain the same. Does Beauty
represent Truth or vice versa? Which comes first? This is (maybe) what
Eliot couldn't clearly state. Nor can we now, actually.