“When some men see women as their external enemies who keep them from achieving their full identity as men, these men make the mistake of expecting that achieving full identity with oneself is possible. There is only incompleteness and each of the sexes is incomplete no matter what the other sex can do for them. But thinking that one’s own incompleteness is the Other’s fault, is a way of keeping for oneself the possibility or hope that if I could do away with the Other, I would reach perfection, as if it is the Other who is depriving me of some utopian enjoyment. “Every identity is already in itself blocked, marked by an impossibility, and the external enemy is simply the small piece, the rest of reality upon which we ‘project’ or ‘externalize’ this intrinsic” impossibility, Zizek writes.” – http://ift.tt/1Nu7yBb

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