10 Lessons from the Book The Social Animal By Elliot Aronson and Joshua Aronson

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Learning was a by-product of her search for pleasure

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We are primarily the products of thinking that happens below the level of awareness.

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Much of life is about failure, whether we acknowledge it or not, and your destiny is profoundly shaped by how effectively you learn from and adapt to failure.

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People generally overestimate how distinct their lives are, so the commonalities seemed to them like a series of miracles.

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the art of being wise is the art of knowing what to overlook.

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You are the spiritual entity that emerges out of the material networks in your head.

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As some people joke, we may not possess free will, but we possess free won’t.

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Freedom without structure is its own slavery.

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