Inevitability Is At The Heart Of Religion
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"The outsider, estranged from himself and society, cannot experience himself or others as 'real'. He invents a false self and with it he confronts both the outside world and his own despair. The disintegration of his real self keeps pace with the growing unreality of his false self until, in the extremes of schizophrenic breakdown, the whole personality disintegrates" - R.D.Laing. The sudden fictions of Either Or are invention, accidental moments, a re-seeing of event.