He's a better writer than his brother
I am going to answer this but first I have to drink another coffee and work out exactly what it meansWell if we assume that a social movement, as a societal thesis (or hypothesis?), needs to have a reach that exceeds its grasp, what can we really say about its constituents? That they will inevitably become convinced of it, overtaken by it?
And what do we lose if we assume that people can be irrevocably "lost" in these movements? Not sure how strictly you meant it, Luka - I might be overreading this. The degree to which she is lost is the degree to which the ideology determines her?
But I do think you bring up a good point. Sooner or later, should certain trends continue, the extremities of socially progressive ideologies will yield more and more false positives - how drastic can that price be? False positive as, say, the person who gets fired on false accusations of some type of bigotry. However much of an exception this is to the rule, might it need to become more common?