“Why do we think of ourselves as a whole person? If we were not whole people, then would we recognize our different selves? What does it mean to entertain different opinions, and where do changes of mind come from if not from different parts of us?

“Like the Grey Sisters of Greek mythology, the family of our mind shares one eyeball, passing our sense of self from one personality to another. Living a ‘Being John Malkovitch’ life we are animated by who ever happens to drop in at the moment. How do we pull off the appearance of sanity, or is disintegration just part of our definition of it? …”

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