One of it is being ‘anti-essentialists’; which is to say that it denies or at least questions the claims of ‘natural’ political relationships (Binckes et al., 2009); another is in the words of Lyotard its “incredulity toward ‘metanarratives'”, narratives that undertake at interpreting the world in a way that indicates where people, groups, nations, or institutions came from, what they are, and where they are going that also acts as the one legitimizing their choice of actions (Benhabib, 1991). The end of such metanarratives would insinuate the dismissal of “the hegemonic claims of any group or division to ‘represent’ the forces of history, to be moving with such forces, or to be acting in their name” (Heller and Fehér, 1988).