Loneliness: A Study of the Human Condition

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Hutchinson, 1966 - Human behavior - 192 pages
An enquiry into the fundamental loneliness of the human condition, as expressed by St. Augustine of Hippo in his assertion that 'Every man is a stranger in this life, in which you see that we are girt round with flesh, through which flesh the heart cannot be seen...In the sojourning of this life each one carrieth his own heart, and every heart is closed to every other heart.'

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