The Fragility of Our Self-Concepts
Illustrating Identity Formation Using Diametrically Opposed Cases (Vol. 3; Issue 39)
As follows logically from my recent presentations of the mysterious nature of consciousness, the concept of personal identity is equally elusive. In brief, we develop self-concepts—a kind of a delusional narration of who we are as persons. These visions of self (and, correspondingly, of others) constitute the phenomenon commonly known as personality. Pe…
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