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This chapter explains why the book has used the language of neutrality, instead of the more common term—alienation—to highlight the problems of global labor and social life. Attempting a non-normative analysis with a nonprescriptive ethic, this chapter points out divergent tracks of global life where independent prescriptions from different spheres preclude any universal, all-inclusive norm for unalienated labor. Defining neutrality as indifference to difference, the chapter is a philosophical meditation on the choreography of biological, social, and psychic life, and its global unraveling.

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