HOSTIPITALITY

@article{Derrida2000HOSTIPITALITY,
  title={HOSTIPITALITY},
  author={J. Derrida},
  journal={Angelaki},
  year={2000},
  volume={5},
  pages={18 - 3}
}
reread with you by way of an epigraph, a long and celebrated passage from Kant. To begin with, I will read it almost without commentary. But in each of its words, it will preside over the whole of this lecture and all questions of hospitality, the historical questions – those questions at once timeless, archaic, modern, current, and future [à venir] that the single word “hospitality” magnetizes – the historical, ethical, juridical, political, and economic questions of hospitality. As you have… Expand
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