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Identity is not a fixed and frozen prison-house for the self, but a liquid continuum, affected and shaped by the 'outside' or the world. The self, which is situated and which undergoes revisions and transformations, keeps identity as a frame within which it makes sense of things. On the one hand, there is a 'history' within which an identity is rooted and through which meaning-making is made possible, and on the other hand, every person aspires to be a 'universal' and recognition-worthy humandoi:10.12726/tjp.23.2 fatcat:ls23pjlxijc6fkoufddf6fty2m