This book reminds us that “in inwardness I am in myself. ” It defines our experience in terms of subjectivity, private self-awareness, and complex relationships between interiority and outwardness. The book shows that our inwardness need not confine us to narcissistic self-absorption, but may expand our capacity for richer, more sympathetic relations with others.
Foreword by Paul C. Santilli
Appendix Reductionism, Personal Identity, and Morality in Parfit’s Reasons and Persons Works Cited
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