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Civilizations exist as horizons, foundations, and frameworks; they can’t translate into the politics of conflict, identity, and value.
My feeling is more like indifference. Hence the white man’s rage toward me.
The tendency of liberal individualism, which makes all association optional, is a tendentious “opting out.”
In saying a friend is family, we imply that our relationship has gone from chosen to given.
Yet I am part of you and you are part of me.
That is the only political question. It does not matter if we call each other friends, allies, or comrades.
Yet I carry on with pleasure and with pain.
This professor-turned-bureaucrat has never experienced intellectual pleasure.