Beyond the Subjectivity Trap by Martin O'Dea

By Martin O'Dea

past the Subjectivity seize demanding situations the paradigm of the difficult challenge of realization by means of contesting the relevance and primacy of human proposal. via tracing the developed egocentricity of the 'I' as an entrapping hindrance on our pondering the e-book argues that after the Subjectivity catch is known and escaped we will be able to delight in the non-existence of the mind–body divide, the natural performance of the mind, and the limitlessness of our potential.

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