We are embedded in the mental world of others just as we are embedded in the physical world. What we are currently doing and thinking is molded by whomever we are interacting with. But this is not how we experience ourselves. We experience ourselves as agents with minds of our own. This is the final illusion created by our brains.-- Chris Frith
image: from a model of water flow on ocean surface
Does this very act of self-referencing lead to a conceptual difference that requires your description of self to be modified?
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