If the authentic self for Sartre was something created, rather than something found, then the traditional theories

Initial post: On p. 205 of the Solomon text, Solomon writes, “If the authentic self for Sartre was something created, rather than something found, then the traditional theories that say that the self simply is are not only mistaken but, in a very important sense, self-deluding ways of not recognizing our responsibility for creating the self.”  Relate this quotation to what you have learned about Socrates.

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Explain the differences between closed and open systems. Where would a closed or open system model be a good fit in the criminal justice system?

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