"...In the beginning was exile. The child comes into the world a stranger to himself and to others. Birth can thus be seen as a first exile.

The child comes into the world unfinished, he is born marked by incompleteness. He is even the most incomplete of the living, potentially subject to a fundamental distress.

In the beginning, therefore, separation and exile, incompleteness and distress... "

"...For me, as a scientist, I say to myself, it's crazy how we have evolved! After all, man is the result of a natural evolution, his brain undergoes a natural evolution, his curiosity, his culture, language, it is a natural evolution of man. So we can't stop that; it's part of our natural evolution. But, at the same time, our evolution also goes against natural evolution by blocking migrations, by destroying our ecosystems of which we are a part..."

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