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27 Capital: when I speak of Albertine, Gilberte, etc. 28 As for you, you put in question again what you call “symbolic anthropophagy”: And if, in the (symbolic or real) experience of the “eat-speak-interiorize,” the ethical frontier no longer rigorously passes between the “Thou 25. 26. 27. 28. Pascal, Pense´es sur religion et sur quelques autres sujets (Paris, 1951), p. 395. , p. 232. ` la recherche du temps perdu, 4:982. , 4:981. Critical Inquiry / Winter 2007 shalt not kill” (man, thy neighbor) and the “Thou shalt not put to death the living in general,” but rather between several inﬁnitely diﬀerent modes of the conception-appropriation-assimilationof the other, then, as concerns the “Good” [Bien] of every morality, the question will come back to determining the best, most respectful, most grateful, and also most giving way of relating to the other and of relating the other to the self.
Is he not a pray-er and a prayer? With what delight you ﬁnd yourself again in the skin of an animal. I will always be amazed by this. You who in reality seem distracted in front of animals, as if intimidated, and even a little shy, as if you dared not believe 13. ” trans. Kamuf, Points . , pp. 297, 299. 14. , p. 299. 409 410 He´le`ne Cixous / Proteus Unbound that the animal understands you who wishes so much to be understood by the other, especially the animal. ”15 Your ver is too beautiful. It demands to be reread as a ceremony.
This power of transﬁguration, this speed of metamorphosis, that’s what attracts him, that’s what puts him oﬀ. A is just a letter sent from la bande or the group or the society of roses, which only ever arrives with all its thorns showing. Nothing real. Only something supernatural. The supernatural charm of the desired beings, which fades when one approaches them, but which, if it subsisted in present familiarity, would lend to this familiarity something still more supernatural than itself. The supernatural that is approached, handled, tasted, possessed, familiar.
Critical Inquiry (The Late Derrida, 33:2) by W.J.T. Mitchell