Through the lenses of both the tathagatagarbha and Classical Yoga, any theory on an ontically real unconscious which is neither self-illuminating nor self-knowing
is incorrect, a distortion of perception.
O'Brien, Lucy, 2007, Self-Knowing
Agents, Oxford University Press, Oxford.
Disillusion in so perfectly rounded and self-knowing
a scoundrel is thankfully irrelevant.
Its evolution towards the self-knowing
and self-representing moment of the passage into philosophical prose, the "prose of thought" that Hegel seems to have thought of as imminent at his own time of writing, leaves the material world behind, and with it the genre of art itself, still minimally materialized in the letters on the page of romantic poetry.
Specifically "autoethnographies can encourage acts of witnessing, empathy, and connection that extend beyond the self of the author and thereby contribute to sociological understanding in ways that, among others, are self-knowing
, selfrespectful, self-sacrificing, and self-luminous" (Sparkes, p.
Mauss suggests that this primitive form evolved in ancient Rome into the self as a bearer of legal rights and obligations, was then supplemented first by the Stoics with a consciousness of good and evil and then by the early Christians with a metaphysical aspect, until finally in the eighteenth century it achieved its current form as a self-knowing
"I am not a strawberry" (Gorilla 28), asserts Bambara's Hazel Elizabeth Deborah Parker of "Raymond's Run." She has the same drive and self-knowing
as Hazel in "Gorilla, My Love," but is in a different family.
Gorick's feminist reflexes here are lightning-quick when called for, but her central concern is an equal-opportunity one, self-knowing
in the act of writing, This exploration displays Gornick's considerable literary and psychological penetration and her distinctive voice; by turns ironic, lyrical, unflinchingly frank;
And he manages to do it without coming across like a self-knowing
in the rituals of theater and the impulses of spectatorship" as found in the deceits and voyeurism of the Henrician court, for example, simply do not explain the ideological basis for engagement (in the Sartrean sense) in the political, cultural, not to mention theological, dialectics of the period.
It is a relief to realize that the witty, self-knowing
Maple Leaf Rag, and not this confused meditation on death, was actually Graham's last work....
He resembles Charles Crumb, the articulate, ruefully self-knowing
brother of Robert Crumb, who in Terry Zwigoff's penetrating biodoc Crumb cannot extract himself from the family ooze and winds up a suicide.