To Schiz and back: A philosophical memoir of Hell

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Do you know what it is like to have consciously given up all hope? Can you imagine what it is like to lose the sense that there is even any such thing as the present? As you grasp onto it tighter and tighter, and it comes to seem entirely dimensionless, such that you seem to yourself unable even construct the thought that you are absolutely terrified of God’s imminent vengeance upon you. Can you imagine the same happening to the self? To find yourself trusting only in yourSelf, and then finding that as you grasp for it, as you try to hold onto one thing that can be relied on, ‘the self’, your self, progressively dissolves on you (on who?), that you no longer have any idea whatsoever who or what you are, such that there doesn’t seem to be any you left even to have any experiences any more? This short book is an effort to explain what it is like to have to answer these questions.
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Jeff Cumberland
October 1, 2011
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