an episodic conversation on self, narrativity, transience, and other pleasantries
In your article "The unstoried life", you criticize the idea that having a "storied life' is necessary for a good life. Some authors would probably admit that having a storied life is perhaps not necessary in order to simply exist as an individual, singular being, but they would probably not accept that what you (in Selves) call a "whole human being' is possible without such (self-)narration.
Strawson, G. , Altobrando, A. (2018)., Muddling through: an episodic conversation on self, narrativity, transience, and other pleasantries, in A. Altobrando, T. Niikawa & R. Stone (eds.), The realizations of the self, New York, Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 135-163.
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