Summary Chart
Creation/Structure Maintenance Breakdown Time/Memory/Narrative Space/Boundaries
Self Mead, Cooley, Freud Performance, Roles Bad faith, stage fright, Self narrative, subjective time, autobiography Body/nonbody, personal space,
Others Schutz alter ego Relationships, language Uncoupling, Collective memory, shared time Couple bubbles, numbers (Kanter, Simmel), secrets, notification, intrusion
World Collective TFG Disasters and Trauma Collective memory, collective stories, myths, Erikson, Fine Line

Impossibility of "Aufbau" approach — to be human is to be already in a world of others. Arbitrary, almost, where we start.
Stuff is SOCIAL.
Stuff is constraining and Stuff is enabling

Order
Self
Identity
Action
Roles
Bad Faith
Risk
Body
Senses
Others
Interaction
Relationships
Situation
World
Time/History
Narrative/Biography
Space
Boundaries
Number/Tipping Points/
Language — Gender
Introduction — Why and How
Norms of Everyday Behavior — Garfinkel, Ellickson, Goffman
Durkheim on Social Fact
But what model of man should we use? Searching for a model of the self that we can use to understand EDL
Performing Self, Role Playing, Audience  Others
Embodied Self
At-Risk Self
Story Telling Self
Remembering Self
Social Self — Always there with Others
Situations
Relationships
Collective Rituals
Public Opinion
Self has itself — self consciousness, etc.
Self has others — generalized, looking glass…
Self has world —
Self has action projects
World — space time number history boundaries