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most part, one does not distinguish oneself – those among whom one is too.’ With this conclusion we arrive where we want to be, namely, where we already were. For now there remains no special obstacle to affirming that ‘if one sees the behaviour of a living thing, one sees its soul.’ Indeed, one can even say it, as Wittgenstein does, of a dog.

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Glendinning, simon on being with others heidegger‚ derrida, wittgenstein  
Glendinning, simon on being with others heidegger‚ derrida, wittgenstein  
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