Put Yourself in Context — “Social Fabrics” are Group Brains

Jim Mason
Jim Mason
Jan 4 · 7 min read
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Self awareness is not complete if we think of ourselves only as individuals. It also requires awareness of how we interact with the people we share our lives with. (Beyond other people, we can benefit from greater awareness of how we interact with the other animals, plants, and things we share our lives with, but that’s a larger story than this essay.)