A Habit of Self Deceit

Bad faith is a concept in existentialist philosophy coined by Jean-Paul Sartre and Simone de Beauvoir describing the habit people have of deceiving themselves into thinking they do not have the freedom to make choices for fear of the potential consequences of making a choice. Commonly it is understood as to mislead or deceive another.

The title refers both to decisions made by my parents throughout the course of their lives, and how their orientation to their lives have impacted my relationship with myself.

A Habit of Self Deceit
108 pages
60 color images and short essays
Printed in Belgium by die Keure
$ 33.95
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