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We Are Each The Product Of The Efforts Of Many Other People

When you read the title of this article you had one of two predictable reactions: A. You said “ah, yes!” or, B. You scoffed. Both of these are predictable reactions and they mark the mindset you carry. The title of this piece is a statement that, on the surface at least, flies against our perception of our sense of agency.

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I am the petri dish of my life experiment. https://davidamerland.com

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David Amerland

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I am the petri dish of my life experiment. https://davidamerland.com

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