Who am I?

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This quote is attributed to Charles Horton Cooley, originator of the “looking glass self” theory.

Yes, I am still reading “The Self Illusion”. Can you tell?

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6 thoughts on “Who am I?

  1. Ben Naga says:

    This reminds me of R D Laing’s book “Knots”, an old favourite.

  2. Great quote, sure has my brain turning it over.

  3. Andria says:

    Ooh, interesting…you’ve got me thinking with this one!

  4. Great card, certainly made me think!! 🙂

  5. Dianne says:

    wow, that quote makes my head hurt, but it’s a cool card!

  6. vivjm says:

    Thanks for your comments, folks! Glad to have got a few brains hurting (I think!!)

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