In Philosophy of Exclusion

Marginalised communities, made vulnerable by conflict and the absence of rights. They, and we, are confronted by a paradox, the legacy of institutional longevity.

Shifting between societal expectations of integration and survival, and that compulsion to embrace the dominant doctrine of incorporation. Of a state, subjugated.

Yet despite it, there exist the occasional resistance to such 'norm' as we know it, there are pockets of resistance; those who refuse to be silent, rejecting the simplicity of common practise. Of rule of law, when it, this institution, that determines the building blocks of what is meant to be, based on their flawed righteousness and suffocating right-wing morality.

But they, the outcasts, refuse this concept of living under the heel of an institution. Known as rejects or anarchists, the very being of atomization, they struggle under harsh conditions, often hounded by ideological enforcers of social purity.

During these times, those who resist the demise of common sense, leave the realm of social norm, and fuel their imagination, their ideals for a vision; to flourish to the benefit of their communities, for determination of creating purpose for the ostracised, and in essence to breathe passion into their individuality.




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