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In “The Politics of Friendship,” the French philosopher Jacques Derrida seems to describe a bygone way of being, one racked with less anxiety about the bonds that tie us together.

According to the French philosopher Jacques Derrida, the intimacy of friendship lies in the sensation of recognizing oneself in the eyes of another.

According to the French philosopher Jacques Derrida, the intimacy of friendship lies in the sensation of recognizing oneself in the eyes of another.

According to the French philosopher Jacques Derrida, the intimacy of friendship lies in the sensation of recognizing oneself in the eyes of another.

According to the French philosopher Jacques Derrida, the intimacy of friendship lies in the sensation of recognizing oneself in the eyes of another.

According to the French philosopher Jacques Derrida, the intimacy of friendship lies in the sensation of recognizing oneself in the eyes of another.

According to the French philosopher Jacques Derrida, the intimacy of friendship lies in the sensation of recognizing oneself in the eyes of another.

What Jacques Derrida Understood About Friendship

“that is, not determining beings as beings by tracing them [64] back in their origins [the origins of beings qua beings] to another being—as if being had the character of a possible being [Seienden].” Is Derrida, Jacques, always this cute?

Reading a book by Jacques Derrida on Martin Heidegger’s History of Metaphysics. Look where the attempt to get into the heads of Trump & Modi ji, and Nazis & RSS, has led me.

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