Discussion
Lessons learned from Babel

Rosemary Arrojo
Universidade Estadualde Campinas, Brazil

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Considering all the multiple and complex questions raised by colleagues in the three series of responses to Chesterman and Arrojo (2000), I find it impossible to adequately address even the most recurring issues in the limited space of this short commentary. Therefore, instead of a proper reply, I propose to share with readers (and fellow participants of the debate) a brief reflection on the general nature of the fruitful exchange sponsored by Target and on what it seems to reveal about the field and its scholars.

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