” A person never has something to do with another person without also having some degree of control over him or her. It may be a very small matter, involving only a passing mood, a dampening or quickening of spirit, a deepening or removal of some dislike. But it may also be a matter of tremendous scope, such as can determine if the life of the other flourishes or not. ”
Knud Ejler Løgstrup: The Ethical Demand (Notre Dame and London: University of Notre Dame Press 1997), p. 15f.
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The ethical demand 50 years anniversary lecture by Zygmunt Bauman 27 November 2006