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Explain the significance of the opening quote below by Elie Wiesel.

We must not see any person as an abstraction.
Instead, we must see in every person a universe with its own secrets,
With its own treasures, with its own sources of anguish,
and with some measure of triumph.
- Eli Wiesel
From The Nazi Doctors and the Nuremburg Code

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It is understandable that Elie Wiesel had strong feelings about treating people as an abstraction. He was a prisoner of Auschwitz and survivor of the Holocaust. A witness of the most dehumanizing, despicable event in human history to date, Wiesel’s quote serves a much deeper purpose than immediately recognized.
One could read the above words, had they come from any other background, with a sort of philosophical, abstract and rather removed understanding: each of us is our own unique snowflake, each of us a distinct, unique set of genes, each of us with a unique, immortal soul. Depending on our own beliefs and value system, we can all identify with at least one of these statements, if not all....
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