The Double-Edged Sword of Self-Identification

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Wheat and Chaff points out the flip-side of allowing people to declare reality based on their own self-identifications:

The whole premise is put on the individual’s own self-expression and self-identity.  But if this be so, then nobody can confidently say anything at all about anyone else’s evil thoughtcrimes or privilege or whatever.  By doing so, you are defining my experience, you are defining my identity, and that is the big no-no.

Read more: http://www.medwardpowell.com/2016/04/identity/

 

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