Fluid self in relationship

This page is unfinished. It may be a mere placeholder in the book outline. Or, the text below (if any) may be a summary, or a discussion of what the page will say, or a partial or rough draft.

This page will introduce the implications of the fluid mode for personal psychology and our conceptions of our selves and close relationships.

For an overview, see the Fluidity section of “Developing ethical, social, and cognitive competence.”


This page introduces a section containing the following:

This page is in the section ⚒ Sailing the seas of meaningness,
      which is in Meaningness and Time: past, present, future.

The previous page is ⚒ Fluid understanding: meta-rationality. (That page introduces its own subsection.)

This page’s topics are Fluidity and Self.

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