“I am I, that’s all,” asserted Michel Serres. Could he still say it when questions are multiplied about our identities, whether in terms of gender, origin or religion? Should we rejoice in these questions, allowing minorities to be taken into account, or fear that this will end up putting each of us in a particular box? As part of a sequence in The cross from November 15 to December 3, La Croix L’Hebdo offers three distinct points of view:
those of a religious, a psychoanalyst and a historian.
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