An Eye for An I: Living Philosophy
'An Eye for an I: Living Philosophy'' by Robert Spillane deals with philosophy and philosophers. Presenting a complex thinking based on the view that ''I'' is more than just a pronoun, he delves on various personas and personal traits of his own personality. He also explores the relation of all these facets with each other, himself and the outer world. Spillane believes that there is a reason behind the existence and destiny of every human being which is interpreted by each one of us differently.
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