Our Plural Selves: No Cause for Feelings of Fraudulence
Wellesley Centers for Women scholar Peggy McIntosh, Ph.D., is widely known for her groundbreaking 1980's writings on White Privilege. Around the same time those papers were published, she began another series entitled Feeling Like a Fraud. Over 30 years later, she is working on her final paper in this series in which she posits that the psyche of human beings is plural and that it makes more sense to talk about ourselves than about our self. In this, she extends Jean Baker Miller's idea of relationality inward, to the contents of the brain and to our behaviors.
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