Progress in Self-Knowledge: Part One

Self-knowledge has many levels of meaning, depending on which aspect of our nature is being considered. Many would agree that it is better to have some understanding of our psychological makeup than risk living in a way that may be based on self-deception. This sort of self-knowledge includes a willingness to pause and reflect about things, to engage in self-examination, and, if necessary, to alter our point of view.

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This article is from the Winter 2016 issue of Self-Knowledge Journal.