“And, if one admits that one’s senses are hierarchized (and in space-time), it matters for “man” to find a vital speed, a growth speed that is compatible with all his senses and meanings, and for him to know how to stop in order to rest, to leave an interval between himself and the other, to look toward, to contemplate — to wonder.”


Luce Irigaray, from An Ethics of Sexual Difference



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