Wednesday, January 27, 2010

Sometimes we read things about people that cause us to entirely reconsider how we perceive those we interact with, how people make decisions and how we come to an understanding of the entirety of a "self" (whether that be our own "self" or a "self" of someone we interact with), through a series of reconciling conflicting schema and what we assume to be mutually exclusive parts of "selves". In other words, it is not always readily understood how my perception of some can include a series of opposing decisions made and rationalizations made by that person (or a multiplicity of incongruous actions and explanations).

Today I read one such text that caused me to reevaluate one of my own schemas.

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