Something I have been reading today:
‘… Institutional bad faith discourages human recognition. It is an effort to construct collectives and norms, “inert” practices, that militate against sociality, against human being. Although its goal is the elimination of the human being, its route of legitimation may be humanity-in-itself. (22) Institutional bad faith sometimes takes the form, then, of an attack on humaity in the name of humanity…’
from ‘Fanon and the Crisis of European Man, An essay on Philosophy and the Human Sciences’
Lewis R. Gordon
Not what my work is about but a line of thought that influenced the making of it.