“The Ends of Man,” Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 30.1 (1969): pp. 31-57.
“Every philosophical colloquium has a political significance. And not only due to that which has always linked the essence of the philosophical to the essence of the political. Essential and general, this political import nevertheless burdens the a priori link between philosophy and politics, aggravates it in a way, and also determines it when the philosophical colloquium is announced as an international colloquium. Such is the case here.”
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