Face-to-face

The face-to-face relation (rapport de face à face) is a concept in the French philosopher Emmanuel Lévinas` thought on human sociality. It means that, ethically, people are responsible to one-another in the face-to-face encounter. Specifically, Lévinas says that the human face `orders and ordains` us. It calls the subject into `giving and ...
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Face-to-face

(f2) is used to describe people meeting offline. While social media may reduce the need to meet, direct contact gives far more clues, quickly, about a person than you can get online. Online interaction is likely to be richer after f2f meetings.
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face-to-face

[adj] - in each other`s presence 2. [adv] - directly facing each other 3. [adv] - within each other`s presence
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face-to-face

adverb directly facing each other; `the two photographs lay face-to-face on the table`; `lived all their lives in houses face-to-face across the street`; `they sat opposite at the table`
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face-to-face

adjective in each other`s presence; `a face-to-face encounter`
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