As Baggini puts it, “We are indeed less unified, coherent, consistent and enduring than we usually suppose, but we are still real and individual.”
- In a similar vein
- from 50 Philosophy Classics: Thinking, Being, Acting, Seeing, Profound Insights and Powerful Thinking from 50 Key Books
- Publisher: Nicholas Brealey Publishing
- Released: April 2013
two things. on one side I could be a mix of ideas with a thin outside layer of skin covering all the mess, or I am a unified self that is hollow or full of malleable/weak ideas.
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