In “‘Testimony Against the Whole,’” Bregazzi discusses some ways that political co-existence could be achieved. How are individuals able to break with their legal or social context in order to relate to people who are different from them? Explain how “solitude,” according to Bregazzi and Irigaray, is necessary to being able to live with others, especially others who are different? How, according to Irigaray, is it possible to develop solitude and singularity? What are vertical and horizontal knowledges? How can gratitude help to break from the past and create a new future together? How can solitude help to perceive who the other actually is, as opposed to a misleading representation of them? How could this help to achieve peace?