Entangled in stories: Inwardness, politics, conflict and their non-essentialist treatment
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Ideals of reconciliation are treated by most contemporary philosophical discourses as bankrupt and chimeric or even as suspect of totalitarianism and terror. Largely associated with eschatological narratives of a supposedly prospective undifferentiated social unity, such ideals are charged with a violent revocation of singularity and heterogeneity for the sake of totality and homogeneity.