Bob Levine: ‘Nobody has just a single ‘self’’

Our sense of who we are helps us function in a social world. But while we like to believe we have a ‘real self’ deep down inside, the reality, says Levine,
is it’s just a story we tell ourselves [Derek Lapsley]

Heiress, terrorist or both?

How much control do we actually have over our many selves?

The smiling heiress greeted the waiting media showing off her t-shirt with the phrase ‘Pardon me’ printed on it. Her wish was later granted by President Bill Clinton in 2001 [Press Association Images]

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