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The '''private sphere''' is the complement or opposite of the [[public sphere]]. [[Heidegger]] argues that it is only in the private sphere that one can be one's authentic self.
 
The '''private sphere''' is the complement or opposite of the [[public sphere]]. [[Heidegger]] argues that it is only in the private sphere that one can be one's authentic self.
   
See also [[privacy]].
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* [[Privacy]]
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The private sphere is the complement or opposite of the public sphere. Heidegger argues that it is only in the private sphere that one can be one's authentic self.

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