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Montaigne presents himself essentially as a being-with others, as a dialogic self who welcomes the participation of his contemporary readers: "je preste l'espaule aux reprehensions que l'on faict en mes escrits" (924c) ("I lend a hand to the criticism people make of my writings" [705]).
150-51), (31) Iago plays the role of the clever false friend as Plutarch describes it, for Plutarch says that such men "have learned forsooth to knit and bend the brows, they can skill, iwis, to flatter, and yet look with a frowning face and crabbed countenance, they have the cast to temper with their glavering glozes some rough reprehensions and chiding checks" (63).
The reprehensions of non compliance with the social demand perceived by the firm influences the social supply.