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Author Will, Frederic.

Title Essays on the Condition of Inwardness : Pieces of Otherness
Published Newcastle-upon-Tyne, UNKNOWN : Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2016
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Contents Table of Contents; Part One: Oral History Triggers; People; Things; Events; Places; Part Two: An African Threshold; Chapter I; Chapter II; Chapter III; Chapter IV; Chapter V; Chapter VI; Chapter VII; Chapter VIII; Chapter IX; Chapter X; Chapter XI; Chapter XII; Chapter XIII; Chapter XIV; Chapter XV; Chapter XVI; Chapter XVII; Chapter XVIII; Chapter XIX; Part Three: Dinners with Fred; First Dinner; Second Dinner; Third Dinner; Fourth Dinner; Fifth Dinner
Summary Inwardness is the condition of being inside. However, this can mean many things: one can be inside himself - dealing with his emotions, his projections, his fantasies - or with other people who become part of him as he deals with himself. One can be inside his social environment, letting himself be part of the tissue of values, reciprocations, and personal interventions that compose one's social existence. These are two quite different kinds of being inside, both of them different from being in a box or being in a prison cell, and yet each of them, in a recognizable sense, inside something. Th
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Subject Consciousness.
Form Electronic book
ISBN 1443899933 (electronic bk.)
9781443899932 (electronic bk.)