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Unformatted text preview: to think of ourselves as essentially purposive creatures is to flatter ourselves with a self which is independent, if not of external circumstance, then at least of our fellow man (5) (critique of SV) o SV believes your sense of identity is independent of culture when a teacher asks for a sincere style from students- ad then gives them a good grade for it the students find themselves in a double bind: they must try to be sincere in the way they think the teacher wants them to be (7) o CV: you are never not performing, but there can be cultural aspects that influence your sincerity or genuineness. messages are neutral packets of information which we hand over, disinterested gifts, to one another (7) (SV) o neutrality is impossible...
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