It is not a question of driving away, rejecting the I. That would be pointless— and contrary to the physiology of the psyche. It is a matter of following its movements and then adding others to it, which the I could not pretend to.
The point of arrival is a dual subject who is irreducible, unbalanced (the Self is infinite, the individual is any being whatsoever in this world), intermittent (the perception of the dual subject is not something there right from the start, but something to achieve, the hardest yet most efficacious achievement).
Calasso, Roberto (2014-11-18). Ardor (p. 128).