The Ethics of Ambiguity: Recognition Revisited

  On overcoming small battles In The Ethics of Ambiguity (1947), Simone de Beauvoir argues that in every relationship – whether it’s between friends, family or anyone else – there is always a distance between two people; a certain small battle and a certain instinct to deny each other as subjective beings that must beContinue reading “The Ethics of Ambiguity: Recognition Revisited”