the book on the taboo against knowing who you are

The Book On The Taboo Against Knowing Who You Are by Alan W. Watts

Alan W. Watts

The book, written in 1960, examines the human condition and how we deal with the unknown. The author argues that it is impossible for one to know who they are without first acknowledging their true nature and learning from this experience.The book was originally published by a small press in California but is now reprinted by many other publishers. It has been translated into several different languages and adapted into film scripts.

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