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Fr. 732

October 18, 2016

To think against a thinker, it is first necessary to think with the thinker, wherefore the difficulty in distancing oneself from the thinker being read. That proximity must be embraced, and, for critique to proceed, the values exposed therein must be turned against the thinker herself. Introducing values from outside inevitably misses the question.

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