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    An interesting take on the self

    This is a very well written, often humourous treatise on the nature of things and stuff, with the general core concept being that all things rely on other things to define them. In turn, this means we need all things to define ourselves and the line we draw around the idea of our self is purely imaginary. I found it to be a very enjoyable read and I'll be selling out more of Alan Watts' works in future.
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