Ethics of Ambiguity

It is tempting to become all object or all subject: the object lets the world shape them, while the overly subjective treats all others as objects.
Yet, the path according to Simone de Beauvoir, is to embrace an Ethics of Ambiguity: realizing that all binaries hold their opposite within them, and values come from our difficult choices.

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