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But the importance of festivals is not just in the revelry. as Simone de Beauvoir reminds us, they also exhibit aspects of the relation between the self and the other that have implications for ontology, ethics, and politics. as a celebration shared among members of a community, festivals offer a snapshot into social relations. in many ways, festivals are the counterpoint to wars. Both tell us about ourselves by presenting an intense moment of the life of the community. Wars reveal our commitments by highlighting those things for which we willingly risk our lives; festivals reveal our commitments by celebrating those things we hold dear, such as freedom, community, or just leisure time.
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Somewhat ironically, pivotal moments in human history are often articulated through the wars that mark or force a change in course, but pivotal moments in individual history are delineated through the celebrations shared with others that mark the moment and announce a new stage: birth, graduation, marriage, and even death. those somewhat rarer large communal festivals, like the fête de la fédération on the first anniversary of the storming of the Bastille or the celebration at the liberation of Paris at the end of World War ii, might also be seen as marking a change in course of human history.