What does it mean to be in the world?

Address this question from your perspective, as informed by the assigned readings, lectures, classroom discussions, and Everyday Theory Moments from our course this semester. Discuss why or how this question relates (or does not relate) to our focus on the politics of identity over the past seven weeks. In your answer you must discuss at least two of the assigned authors we have read since spring break (Fukuyama, Appiah, Schulman, and Han). You may mention Arendt or use some of her ideas but your answer should not focus on her work.