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Unformatted text preview: Matt Deis Mr. McNerney PA English 10 March 2010 Seinfeld Subjectivity Part II The idea of a true self is something that has been contemplated by everyone from high school teenagers to educated professors. Some people spend their entire lives wondering who they really are, while others feel as if they have known themselves since birth. For those whose selves are still left undiscovered, there is a constant yearning to eventually find this elusive inner self and this indecisiveness can either lead to a life of constant exploration or constant influence. When the inner self is left undiscovered and susceptible to influence, people will settle for a sense of comfortability, which all too often gets confused with a final discovery of the inner self they have been looking for. This comfortability is often a result of becoming part of a group of friends which eventually leads to this person taking on a role within the group and assuming that this is their true identity. If that same person were to be taken out of that group of friends and began to hang out with identity....
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This note was uploaded on 11/16/2011 for the course ETS 142 taught by Professor Tiffany during the Fall '08 term at Syracuse.
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