The external includes the internal

I believe many philosophers and philosophies perceptually mis-arrange the internal and external worlds.

This mis-arrangement can be evidenced from their language. The descriptions given usually speak of separate worlds. This in itself is not a problem. The problem is in what way are they separate. The common mis-arrangement is one of internal and external worlds being exclusive, when in reality, the external world, by definition, includes the internal world.

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