indivertible

indivertible

(ˌɪndɪˈvɜːtɪbəl)
adj
incapable of being diverted or turned aside
ˌindiˈvertibly adv
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Unlike when read merely as Metral's appendix, when sections of Isaac's text are superimposed with his father's memoir, black masculine subjectivity reveals itself to be contingent yet autonomous and indivertible; and black masculine agency establishes itself as ah engagement with (if not necessarily as a resistance to) the practices of the white supremacist patriarchy in place in France during the first half of the nineteenth century.
In his notes, he seems to envision black masculinity therefore as discrete, determinant, and indivertible. Even if Isaac does not envision black masculinity as altogether resisting vis-a-vis white patriarchy, he reframes Toussaint's valor and accomplishments, in light of his African origins, as congruent with but yet distinct from those of Napoleon.