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This resistance to totalization dates back at least to The Crying of Lot 49, but the sense in which Salle found it "very interest[ing]" demonstrates that, though it is philosophically grounded in the postmodern ethos, the resistance to totalization had become for him an aesthetic strategy.
The final paragraph of Against the Day encapsulates the novel's resistance to totalization.
In the end, totalization threatens to revisit upon native peoples that marginal status they have already been given in the US.
Sartre's treatment of dialectical reason with its various dimensions (comprehension, totalization, progressive-regressive method, praxis, the practico-inert, the mediating third, and so on) is presented as the core of his understanding of the kind of reason present in history.