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Quotation by Roland Barthes
The petit-bourgeois is a man unable to imagine the Other. If he comes face to face with him, he blinds himself, ignores and denies him, or else transforms him into himself.
Roland Barthes (1915–1980), French semiologist. "Myth on the Right," Mythologies (1957, trans. 1972).
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