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|"The word by way of preface
which seeks to break through the screen stretched between the author and the reader by
the book itself does not give itself out as a word of honor.
But it belongs to the very essence of language, which
consists in continually undoing its phrase by the foreword or
the exegesis, in unsaying the said, in attempting to
restate without ceremonies what has already been ill understood
in the inevitable ceremonial in which the said
delights." (Emmanuel Levinas, Totality and Infinity, 1961/1969, p. 30)