The Secret of the Self

McClay, Wilfred M.
December 2005
First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Dec2005, Issue 158, p29
Argues that there is no such thing as human totality or human essence. Analogy of life as Hollywood; Shortcomings of an obituary; Argument that human life, in its complexity and mystery abounding, cannot be seen in single picture nor can anyone be judged by a single parcel of his dark past.


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