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The true True Self

“As a simple example, the stance of true self fixates personal continuity. It insists that there is a mental thing within us that is stable, well-defined, and fully separate: the self. “

That isn’t the True true Self theory, it is the conventional, default theory of self. The True Self isn’t mental, is not the bodymimd. See

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