On the Virtue of Not Knowing Who You AreThe Quest
DepartmentReligion and Philosophy
Abstract"...The problem of identity is an inescapable part of being born human and it is perhaps no an overstatement to say that the quality of our lives depends to a large extent on how we deal with it. In the following pages I will attempt two things: 1) to sketch the problem of identity in its universal characteristics and 2) to discuss the Buddhist approach to that problem." ~ from the article
Copyright © 1988 the Theosophical Society in America. Reproduced with permission.
Publisher StatementOriginally published as Novak, P. (1988). On the virtue of not knowing who you are. The Quest, 1(2). 6 - 15.
Citation InformationPhilip Novak. "On the Virtue of Not Knowing Who You Are" The Quest Vol. 1 Iss. 2 (1988) p. 6 - 15 ISSN: 1040-533x
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/philip-novak/18/