As the necessary limit against which the self can be defined, otherness has been inseparable from human identity and affairs from time immemorial. The birth of subjectivity ineluctably implicates the birth of its concomitant and allegedly dark twin.
But where is this schism between the I and other located? In what ways are their complex relations constructed and discerned?
In undertaking to debate otherness from new angles and agendas, this issue of Double Dialogues has been consciously complied as work written in and to a contemporary world continuously struggling with questions of otherness.