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Orientalists, like many other nineteenth-century thinkers, conceive of humanity either in large collective terms or in abstract generalities. Orientalists are neither interested in nor capable of discussing individuals; instead, artificial entities predominate. Similarly, the age-old distinction between " Europe " and " Asia " or " Occident " and " Orient " herds beneath very wide labels of every possible variety of human plurality, reducing it in the process to one or two terminal collective realities.

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