Diary Saturday 10th September 1994: The youth rebels to become other. It never succeeds in becoming other by that means, because the rebellion is the very stuff of perpetuity. It is merely a form of cell division: separation to become two. The identity question is such an affair. In the effort to distinguish an identity one creates two cells which, though separate are identical and are identical precisely in the belief that they are different. Identity means sameness. And you cannot be the same unless you have first separated for the sake of comparison.