Every morning Logos followed the philosopher Jacques Derrida into the bathroom and watched his morning routine. Logos’ analytical gaze made Derrida uncomfortable. It seemed to say: Who are you to call me an ‘animal’? Derrida couldn’t stop thinking about it. It led him to write ‘The animal that therefore I am’. In the book, he examines what we really mean when we call our fellow creatures ‘animals’, and he criticizes our treatment of them. Logos makes a cameo appearance in the documentary about Derrida made by Kirby Dick and Amy Ziering Kofman in 2002.