Perhaps not, but this presumes that such disinterested people actually have some essential personal identity. So then the notion of divorcing such an identity is framed as merely dissociating from it, precluding any actual refutation. As I (whatever that may be) try to get more involved with online community, it becomes apparent how deeply baked into computer usage the philosophies of individualism are. How do collectivists function when interactions are all structured in such a way as to require a degree of selfishness?
There are no easy answers. If some of us know that we are essentially a collective, and some of us know that we are essentially individuals, then people are going to assume that the other group are being disingenuous. Either side would likely default to assuming that the other camp are those with the real problem. The latter operate with some advantage, because those assumptions are built into most of the available tools.
And as I mentioned earlier - even if one did exist as a separate, distinct agent - is that agency not a subset of larger groups?