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    Self-Narrative, Affective Identification, and Personal Well-Being
    Journal of the American Philosophical Association 10 (1): 79-95. 2024.
    The narrative view of personhood suggests that we as persons are constituted by self-narratives. Self-narratives support not only the sense of personal persistence but also agency. However, it is rarely discussed how self-narratives promote or hinder personal well-being. This paper aims to explore what a healthy self-narrative looks like. By reframing a famous debate between Strawson and Schechtman about narrative personhood, I argue that self-narratives can hinder our personal well-being when a…Read more