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Book review: Strangers to Ourselves, by Timothy D. Wilson

Our nonconscious preferences, personality traits, goals, and feelings are not available to introspection and can only be inferred. So what function does consciousness serve? Freud's ideas of the unconscious and repression are falling out of favour nowadays but a different understanding of the unconscious, or nonconscious. as Wilson prefers to call it, is still current in mainstream psychology. That is the subject of this book. [More]

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