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Title The realizations of the self / Andrea Altobrando, Takuya Niikawa, Richard Stone, editors.
Imprint Cham : Palgrave Macmillan, 2018.

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Subject Self-realization.
Alt Name Altobrando, Andrea,
Niikawa, Takuya,
Stone, Richard,
Description 1 online resource
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Intro; Contents; Contributors; List of Figures; Chapter 1 Introduction; Part I Understanding the Self; Chapter 2 Is There a True Self?; Introduction; Two Aspects of the True Self; The Passive Account; The Problem of Personal Identity; Missing Criteria Problem; Problem of Inconsistency; The Active Account of the True Self; Problem of Choice; Problem of Instability; Problem of Effort; Fragmented Selves; The Role of the True Self; Conclusion; References; Chapter 3 Non-contextual Self: Husserl and Nishida on the Primal Mode of the Self; Introduction; My Perspective and Perspectives of Others
Husserl's Concept of "Primal I" as Non-contextual Self"Primal I" and "I" Among Others; Nishida's Concept of "Pure Experience" and Its Non-contextuality; "Place" or "Basho" as Non-contextual Self; Concluding Remark; References; Chapter 4 Habits and the Diachronic Structure of the Self; Introduction; The Pre-reflective Mode of Givenness; Habits and the Preservation of the Past in the Present; Narrative and the Diachronic Unity of the Self; References; Chapter 5 Is Our Self Temporal? From the Temporal Features of the Brain's Neural Activity to Self-Continuity and Personal Identity; Introduction
Identity and Cortical Midline Structure (CMS)Cortical Midline Structures and Self; Personal Identity-Temporal Stability and "Self-Continuity"; Temporal Features of CMS Neuronal Activity-Transformation into "Self-Continuity"; Temporal Features of Neural Activity in Cortical Midline Structures (CMS); Temporal Features of CMS-Strong Power in Infraslow Frequencies; Temporal Features of CMS-Strong Scale-Free Properties; Temporal Features of CMS-"Temporal Receptive Windows" (TRW); Temporal Features of "Self-Continuity" and Identity of Self
Internally Oriented Activity in CMS-"Temporal Expansion Window" (TEW)"Temporal Expansion Windows" in CMS-Episodic Simulation and Mental Time Travel; Scale-Free Nature of CMS Neuronal Activity-Scale-Free Nature of "Self-Continuity"; "Self-Continuity" and Identity-"Spatiotemporal Memory" Vs. "Cognitive Memory"; Conclusion; References; Chapter 6 Self-Realization of the Economic Agent; Part 0: The "Self" and Self-Realization in the Science of Economics; Part 1: What Kind of Economic "Self"?; Part 2: A Path Toward Potential Realization of the Self as an Economic Agent
Part 3: A Useful Economic Notion of Self-realizationReferences; Part II Intermezzo-Speaking of Oneself; Chapter 7 The Unstoried Life; Proem; 'Narrativity'; 'Self-Authorship'; 'Life Is Not Literature'; 'La Vraie Vie'; 'A Diachronically Structured Unit'; 'My Name Is Legion'; 'What Little I Remember'; 'An Ordinary Mind'; The True Self?; References; Chapter 8 Muddling Through: An Episodic Conversation on Self, Narrativity, Transience, and Other Pleasantries; Part III Fulfilling the Self; Chapter 9 Stoic Happiness as Self-Activity; Happiness as Inner Tranquility?; Happiness as Activity
Note Online resource; title from PDF title page (EBSCO, viewed September 17, 2018)
ISBN 9783319947006 (electronic bk.)
3319947001 (electronic bk.)
OCLC # 1052566426
Additional Format Original 3319946994 9783319946993 (OCoLC)1037810627

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