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“It is the responsibility of the philosopher, educated by the discipline of the philosophical history of such problems – a history completed by the history of works and doctrines – to compose at a higher degree of complexity a chain of conceptual meanings that will take into account the gaps between those meanings governed by heterogeneous ways of stating the problem.”

– Paul Ricoeur

Emmanuel Levinas, On Escape

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