What type of figure of speech/rhetorical figure are the following:
“You are dearer to me than myself, as you yourself can see.” (Bob Dylan)
“Them I will forget, but you I’ll remember always.” (Bob Dylan)
“I don't care how much you know until I know how much you care.” (Teddy Roosevelt?)
They seem to share the fact that a) they’re comprised of two phrases; b) a word from the first phrase is re-used (maybe slightly altered or a different word that has a very close relationship to the first word) in the second phrase, but the context of the second phrase gives it a new meaning; c) the second phrase relates to/is a response to the first phrase.
Any ideas if this has a formal name? Thanks!