“If we wish to know about a man, we ask ‘what is his story-his real, inmost story?’-for each of us is a biography, a story. Each of us is a singular narrative, which is constructed, continually, unconsciously, by, through, and in us–through our perceptions, our feelings, our thoughts, our actions; and, not least, our discourse, our spoken narrations. Biologically, physiologically, we are not so different from each other; historically, as narratives–we are each of us unique.”

Oliver Sacks, The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat and Other Clinical Tales

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