Severality

Sev`er`al´i`ty


n.1.Each particular taken singly; distinction.
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It is a kind of "I-am-already-out-there" effect that marks participation in severality.
In the matrix, the gaze carves trans-subjectivity in co-emerging entities in a rapport interwoven, between presence and lack-to-being, in severality.
The trajectories and effects of the matrixial field shed light on sexual difference as a question that women direct not to a man, but to another woman-m/Other-encounter, to a subject conceived as alike-non-same, from whom one is differentiating-in-joining and from whom one in severality can open a distance but only in proximity.