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    and kinds of experience

    1. Is "kinds of experience" connected to "potentialities" or "reflects"? Is it a parallel component as "multiple nature" and "potentialities" or does it belong to "potentialities"?
    2. What does "any one being could express"? Who is "any one"? Is it "other people" or does it refer to "human being"?

    p5)The ability to sympathize with others reflects the multiple nature of the human being, his potentialities for many more selves and kinds of experience that any one being could express. This may be one of the things that enable us to seek through literature an enlargement of our experience....Thus, the youth may identify with the aged, one gender with the other...

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    Re: and kinds of experience

    The ability to sympathize with others reflects the multiple nature of the human being, his potentialities for many more (1) selves and (2) kinds of experience that any one (human or other) being could express.

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