J: …do not think it strange if a dialogue leaves undefined what is really intended, or even restores it back to the keeping of the undefinable.
I: That is part, I believe, of every dialogue that has turned out well between thinking beings. As if of its own accord, it can take care that that undefinable something not only does not slip away, but displays its gathering force ever more luminously in the course of the dialogue.
I: Thirst for knowledge and greed for explanations never lead to a thinking inquiry. Curiosity is always the concealed arrogance of self-consciousness that banks on a self-invented ratio and its rationality. The will to know does not will to abide in hope before what is worthy of thought.
-Martin Heidegger, On the Way to Language, ”A Dialogue on Language”