Whiteness relies upon the concept of an essential individual which makes free ethical choices.
Systemic racism posits that (1) those in power always find individual justification after the fact, and always thus claim individual responsibility with reference to systemic justification (redundancy); (2) true responsibility arises in the interruption of such ontological redundancy.
Presently, no universally justified individual exists outside of ideological control.
This is not a human constant; rather, it is the particular situation in which we find ourselves.
What is human is still left to be discovered. This is the true teleology of the philosopher.
Is there a teleological suspension of the systemic ?
[note: what we do and think in the regular-everyday calm in our day is referenced by what we resort to when we are in distress. The separation is ideological, and not ontological .]x