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The problem is not only that Levinas writes as if it was the glory of the W est that the French learn Chinese, as if he had forgotten that the Chinese also learn French. There is more than reciprocity. There is mastery. It emerges very clearly at the point where, in sisting that a slave can reach the same geometrical truths as the master, Levinas adds the proviso, borrowed from P lato’s Meno (82b), that the slave “ ‘understands G reek’ which enables him to enter into relationship with the m aster” (HH 33; CP 86).
According to the ethics o f absolute otherness, which is necessarily also an ethics o f radical responsibil ity, n o t only is individual existence always already guilty o f having sustained itself on nourishm ents claimed first by the other person, but the act which turns explicitly away from th a t prior claim can bring nothing new to that original guilt except, of course, a greater intensity. If at this point one recog nizes that it can be meaningful to speak of an evil which permeates the entirety of being only by also defending a G ood wholly beyond being, then one will also see a similar com plem entarity between Lévinas’s unbroken continuum o f evil and the idea that there is no way out o f it—no way fully to live up to radical responsibility—except by leaving behind the conditions o f one’s own existence.
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