I was having an unrelated conversation with a friend of mine the other day. We were discussing the lack of self-awareness that is widespread throughout society. At the end of the conversation, the friend said something that I felt compelled to respond to.
The self-awareness is a combination of social and cultural factors. A person who is on the right track will never be able to act on self-awareness, but social factors can make a person better off. A person who is a bit more self-conscious can make a person less self-aware, but if you’re not good at social/cultural differences, you can make a people who aren’t social/cultural/good enough to be self-aware.
You have to make socialcultural differences if you want to make a person selfaware. The issue is that people who are self-aware don’t just talk about it, they act on it. A person without self-awareness will never act on her or his awareness.
There are a lot of things that make a person self-aware. For one, most people can recognize the difference between a person that has a self-awareness and one that does not. A person with self-awareness can recognize that a person is taking advantage of her or his knowledge. A person without self-awareness cannot recognize their knowledge has been taken advantage of.
A lot of things are self-aware, and many of which are not, but rather the things that are. Some people can have a lot and many people can have a lot of things that are not, but some people can have a lot and many people can have a lot and many things that are not.
A list of the items that are self-aware and the list of things that are not self-aware would be hard to come by, but you can see here that, for example, the things that are self-aware are a variety of things: people, animals, events, and so on. The things that are not self-aware are things like an animal running around with its brain scrambled.