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The, As A Rule, Self-ironical Entwistle Talks about Self-irony

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Does self-irony mean the same as being a little funny, a little odd or a having a twinkle in one’s eye?

“No. Self-irony is the opposite of self-importance.”

Is it self-important to be too concerned with your own dignity, your own limits, your own creativity and your own freedom?

“Yes. That would be self-importance.”

What if you are immature or have a weak identity and walk around looking sour, rude and impolite. Wouldn’t that be sufficient reasons for you to be self-important?

“I do not know.”

Do you not know?

“No.”

In this case, the interview comes to an end.

“OK.”

What is freedom?

“A person should never be confronted with his or her immense freedom.”






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