Primo Levi Quote

Except for cases of pathological incapacity, one can and must communicate, and thereby contribute in a useful and easy way to the peace of others and oneself, because silence, the absence of signals, is itself a signal, but an ambiguous one, and ambiguity generates anxiety and suspicion. To say that it is impossible to communicate is false; one always can.


The Drowned and the Saved (1986)

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Except for cases of pathological incapacity, one can and must communicate, and thereby contribute in a useful and easy way to the peace of others and ...

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Except for cases of pathological incapacity, one can and must communicate, and thereby contribute in a useful and easy way to the peace of others and ...

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Except for cases of pathological incapacity, one can and must communicate, and thereby contribute in a useful and easy way to the peace of others and ...

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Except for cases of pathological incapacity, one can and must communicate, and thereby contribute in a useful and easy way to the peace of others and ...