“the concept of negligence is among the most highly charged, multiple in its different logics, necessarily obscure and dogmatic when it is wielded as an accusation, unclear by definition in its uses. One is always a priori negligent, more or less negligent, and so always too negligent, in particular in the accusation of negligence. What is it to neglect?”

Excerpt From: Derrida, Jacques. “The Beast and the Sovereign, Volume I.” The University of Chicago Press, 2009. iBooks.
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