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I am the kind of homosexual who believes that all liberation has an inexpungeable aspect that is collective, communitarian and also millenarian, utopian, which is to say rooted in principle, theory, dream, imagination, in the absolute nonexistence of the Absolute and in the eternal existence of the Alternative, of the Other, in the insistently unceasingly mutable character of our character.
16] But, at the very least, the compelling factuality of O'Brien's foxholes leaves their assorted occupants with inexpungeable memories of earth.
And as one critic has said about Nietzsche's Zarathustra, the inexpungeable merits will dwarf all fault-finding.