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Very often, the facial mimicry anticipates the satisfaction of a craving, by way of a vaguely complacent look cast on the object to be eaten, accompanied by the mere hint of a self-satisfied smile. Sometimes this mimicry is joined, in a single inseparable moment, by a shadow of guilt or dietary discomfort, which that interlocutory glance always reveals. This simple and everyday act caught my interest and I started comparing it with similar expressions such as that on the face of someone choosing from the menu at a restaurant, or of people ordering an inexpensive meal at a fast food restaurant after having stood in line for a long while.
However, he has made it clear himself, albeit between the lines, that he intends to address a wider public and not just his direct colleagues (who can engage in a deeper reading and follow up on all the bibliographic references embedded in the exposition). The discussion thus proceeds with clear and accessible language, which is not just a rhetorical choice. It is also a project of philosophical thought—as I just said—founded on experience, which by definition belongs to everyone. Thinking about the not always obvious meanings of what we do, the often implicit notions that preside over our small daily choices, the depth of ideas that always accompany actions, is an exercise I find ethically as well as scientifically exemplary.
In the meantime, let us continue observing the customers at the coffee shop having breakfast. This scene is open to a wealth of interpretations regarding the meaning of experiencing food: the relationship between nutrition, pleasure, and enjoyment; the different life experiences of the actors being observed; the geographical and historical contingencies in which the scene takes place; as well as the quality and the final destination of the raw materials consumed. By playing detective in a coffee shop in the morning, one can collect much information about taste in terms of value, which cannot be simply reduced into quantitative and numeric factors.
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