1. What is the goal of the book in its exploration of the subjective life of infants, according to the content of the book?
The book's goal appears to be to teach the reader about human nature through the subjective life of young infants.
2. What are the three main questions the author seeks to explore and to answer within this book?
The author seeks to answer the questions of whether infants have a sense of self, how they unify experience, and how they perceive objects.
3. What are the qualifications of Daniel Stern, according to the introduction of the book?
The qualifications of Daniel Stern are that he is a psychoanalyst, developmentalist, or a person who studies child development.
4. What are some of the many forms of what might be called the self, according to this book?
Some of the many forms of the self, as defined by Stern, include the integrated body, the agent of actions, the experience of feelings, the creator of plans, among others.
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