This is my sister
Why do we always presuppose a certain principle, standard, nationality, political ideology, self-regulation, that is, a certain identity, when we think of ourselves? Why do we only understand others and our relationship with others from the definition of the human nature and the subsequent identity that follows? Each individual should resist perfunctory uniformity, and form subsets that withstand projection into extensive uniformity.
Although we may consider overlapped structures as one or more baselines, we must acknowledge that they do not blend perfectly as one organic integrated body, and reject attempts to pursue a visible community (the completion of integration), in order to prevent the relationships between society and the individual, and the individual and the group, being reduced to the traditional community. In other words, beyond the internalism and totalitarianism explored by Maurice Blanchot and Nancy, the possibility of a community without a total fixed plan that exists outside the identity is suggested.