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By consistently reengaging the subject in a dialectic of being and seeming, the mirror appeals to the imagination, introducing new perspectives and anticipating other truths. The face-to-face encounter, a space of intimacy wrested from the gaze of an other is not only the passive perception of an appearance, but a projection, a circling from desire to reflection and from reflection to desire. To observe oneself, to measure oneself, to dream oneself and to transform oneself: these are the diverse functions brought into play by an encounter with the mirror beyond the cultural stigmas long attached to looking at one´s self. Sabine Melchior-Bonnet, The Mirror: A History

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