“The main characteristic of any event is that it has not been foreseen. We don’t know the future but…”

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“The main characteristic of any event is that it has not been foreseen. We don’t know the future but everybody acts into the future.”

Hannah Arendt, “Interview with Roger Errera”, The New York Review of Books (26 October 1978)

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