Still working through The Ego And It's Own. This passage hits me, but the last line especially makes me wonder. In context, "today" meant the mid 1800s. Things have certainly changed since then, but I can at least personally identify with the experience of mind as real and the rest as unreal. I was raised in a protestant church, though, so maybe that's all there is to that.

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