Defining the OtherHuman Architecture: Journal of the Sociology of Self-Knowledge
AbstractG. W. F. Hegel said: “Everything is what is not.” Throughout human history, we find a continuous struggle to define the other, the foreigner, the unknown, the opposite of we or I. And, as the quote from Hegel indicates, what they are, that we are not, helps define the frontiers of personal and group identity.
Citation InformationJorge Capetillo-Ponce. "Defining the Other" (2003)
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