Social psychologist and Stanford professor Brian Lowery presents a provocative, powerful theory of identity, arguing that there is no essential "self"—our selves are social creations of those with whom we interact —exploring what that means for who we can be and who we allow others to be. There's nothing we spend more time with, but understand less, than ourselves. You've been with yourself every waking moment of your life. But who—or, rather, what—are you? In Selfless, Brian Lowery argues for t In This Moment, Beliefs, Selfless, Understanding, Meant To Be, Personal Questions, Arguing, Theory, Relationship