Could you please help me analyze the meaning of this sentence?
If the order of Western historicism is disturbed in the colonial state of emergency, even more deeply disturbed is the social and psychic representation of the human subject.
For the very nature of humanity becomes estranged in the colonial condition and from that “naked declivity” it emerges, not as an assertion of will nor as an evocation of freedom, but as an enigmatic questioning.
The source is "Interrogating identity" by Homi K. Bhabha (1994)
I am not sure what the meaning of "for" is in this sentence. I was also wondering what subjects "it" refers to.