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The final chapter of the book discusses the nature of internal self-determination, i.e. the duality of internal self-determination, its causes and implications. The chapter also discusses four key challenges that confront internal self-determination and how those challenges could be faced – even though success is never guaranteed. The chapter ends by arguing that an important task before us is to critically appreciate the principle of internal self-determination – realizing and taking note of its many facets, potentialities, and problems – in a complex and changing world.
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