What is immanent to our sensible life and constitutes its being is truly the subjective being of movement which defines both the power of our body and the peculiar quality of our individuality. To be an individual is to have an absolutely original relationship with the world, and this not by way of an ethical decision at the end of a deliberately undertaken effort, but everywhere and always, in romantic exultation as well as in daily banality.
Hwang, S.W. , Roth, W. (2011)., The body in/of research ethics, in S. W. Hwang & W. Roth (eds.), Scientific & mathematical bodies, Dordrecht, Springer, pp. 145-163.
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