„literally: If we want to do something, we must deal with education.“

Si on veut faire quelque chose, il faut donc s'occuper d'éducation.
If there's one thing to do, it's to engage in education.
in an edition by [Michel Serres, Les Limites de L'humain, L'Age d'Homme, 2004, 2825118974, 81]

Originale

Si on veut faire quelque chose, il faut donc s'occuper d'éducation.

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