It’s like people are robots who mechanically reproduce the same list of assertions.
Permanence = bad. Moving around = good.
Borders = bad. Nationalism = bad. Transnational = good.
Tradition = bad. Norms = bad. Breaking down norms = good.
Marriage = bad. Single life = good.
For people who keep on about the evil of binary thinking, this sounds pretty damn binary. And for some mysterious reason, what’s “good” is always useful and convenient to neoliberalism.
Also, I would hope that a childish turn of phrase such as “society makes us think” might be avoided in academic discussions but no such luck.
These are all US academics, so the robotic uniformity is not surprising.