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Excellent post.

It really shines a light on the Orange slogan's campaign.

I suppose I had not looked at its inherent meaning from the same angle as yours, which is, indeed, refreshing.

The definition of identity which underlies my comment on your other post is based on an objectivistic view of identity, in which every object's identity is denoted by characteristics or boundaries that make each object or consciousness distinct from other objects within objective reality.

Chris Rodgers

Thanks again for your comments. I'm glad that what I said made sense to you.

Coincidentally, I picked up a new book earlier today (Servant-Leadership, edited by Lewis and Noble). In a chapter about servant-leadership in South Africa, author Lance Bloch identifies one of the basic concepts in the South African identity as "Ubuntu". He says that this is "... characterised by the saying in Zulu that 'Umuntu ngumuntu ngabuntu' - 'A person is a person through other people'."

It's a small world!

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