“A member of the human species has identity, in the sense that he is one member and no other. He begins as an organism and becomes a person or self as he acquires a repertoire of behavior. He may become more than one person or self if he acquires more or less incompatible repertoires appropriate to different occasions. In self-knowledge, the knowing self is different from the known.” (p. 247)

 

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