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We could go into the history of these ideas with respect to Western civilization and the Enlightenment, or the history of ideas in the East. There is a great debate over More’s actual opinions, as More is a character in the book as well. Thus who I am is not merely a function of my own projects, but is also a matter of my “being-for-others.” Sartre (1992: 340-58) brings out this form of alienation in his famous analysis of “the Look.” So long as I am engaged unreflectively in a certain practice I am nothing but that first-person perspective which constitutes things as having a distinctive salience in light of what I am doing.

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