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50. 59–95. 132). 89 See Parﬁt 1984. 90 Self-fragmentation, at this point of White’s thesis, is identiﬁed with a sense of self-discontinuity – a sense of not being the same continuous person over time, but rather of being different people at different moments. He battles against this concept of self-fragmentation more than once, but simultaneously seems to doubt that it is possible at all. The knowledge and experience of our continuity are, for White, self-evident facts. He suggests that Parﬁt’s theory, if widely accepted, would dissolve any theoretical notion of secure and enduring personal identity, but he does not take seriously the possibility that a person’s sense of his or herself as unitary could be affected.
Paying Attention to the Human Sciences: The Fundamentals of Dialogue In the remainder of this chapter, my intention is to prepare the ground for an analysis of contemporary theological anthropology’s unsatisfactory and rather ambiguous relationship with secular accounts of the fragmented self. To these ends, I will use an insightful and ambitious book, Paying Attention to People, by Vernon White, both to illustrate the major dialogical themes, and to highlight those vexatious issues that require further critical attention.
More than anything else, White’s theory is lacking an explicit theory of identity formation, through which his concept of self-fragmentation – its causes and effects – might be clearly expounded. If so much is to be made of the continuity of personhood through the experiences and transformations that give rise to a personal history of experience, we had better be able to explain the vicissitudes of the developmental processes themselves. Without such an explanation, precisely how relationships constitute the individual in everyday social life – how they threaten or afﬁrm self-unity – is troublingly unclear and the notion of relational personhood remains merely abstract philosophical conjecture.