Autobiography and the Quest for Nothing

Journal of Curriculum Theorizing 12 (1):30-37 (1997)
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We emerge into everythingness. The senses mingle incestuously. Nothing is distinct or differentiated. Everything is no-thing. How is it we come to be as distinct entities? Let me personalize: In what manner did I become an "I"? Is the motive force behind this much-maligned, much-altered, much-abused body my soul? my genes? me?



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