'Ambiguity of the ego'
'The ambiguity of the ego consists in the fact that something that is a part of the world can stand over against the world, and even "possess" or be correlated with the world.'
-R. Sokolowski, Intro to Phenomenology, p. 113
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Benjamin Bennett-Carpenter teaches at a public university in North America and consults/coaches at Sollars & Associates and independently.