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March 29, 2012


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Keith Whitaker

Very good, Phil. Unless "passing on" just amounts to a more refined version of vanity and superiority, cloaked in the language of "losing oneself." ... To, once more, "find oneself." Always oneself. Which is OK, as long as one doesn't dress oneself up as something grand and transcendent. You have been reading Erikson; I have been reading his great-great-grand-uncle Rousseau.

Phil Cubeta

Yes, his Confessions?

Phil Cubeta

How are your's coming?

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