Self-Process and Racialized Space
The space of just an individual as a radicalized space
"Much of that particularity can be experienced in the form of patters. Patterns have an order and are not random. From families from culture, from race, religion… but are largely unconscious."
"The practice …is not to transcend the particularities, but to embrace the particularities and through the particularities engage the universal"
"We are the other.. an interconnectedness… influenced by larger cultural and structural patterns…the way we experience our interconnectedness is not random"