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This is intended to be as short as it’s about to be.
Doing or thinking in a manner of opposites is not necessarily (and I would argue, hardly ever) a means of subversion. To reciprocate is to use the same original ingredients in perhaps a new way but the same ole junk pile nevertheless.
Oftentimes, people believe their particular mix is something revolutionary. If you dice instead of leave in large chunks, sprinkle this at this time instead of the other, convection bake instead of microwave (WHY the cooking metaphor you ask? I don’t know really).
And this action, of dwelling in the many versions of the same ingredients, is often a silencing tactic used by liberals, men and “great thinkers” alike. What they call “nuance” or “caveat” or “the spectrum” is merely a game of traipsing along a preset line or binary and seeing how many different ways they can land on the line. One never thinks, in this line of work known as flipping coins, to simply do away with the currency.
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