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Siddhartha and the illusion of experience
"Slowly the thinker went on his way and asked himself: What is it that you wanted to learn from the teachings and teachers, and although they taught you much, what was it they could not teach you?" thinks Siddhartha the main character from Herman Hesse's novel Siddhartha. Throughout the book, the man, the thinker, Siddhartha seeks enlightenment through experience, yet readers find that teachers help him most on his journey through life. Siddhartha denies that people could have taught him to become enlightened, yet throughout his journey to enlightenment, he constantly refers back to his…
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