Who are you?
This learning project aims to explore more the answers and effects to the question "Who are you ?"
The Question of Identity. 
Who are you?
→ What are the different ways in which one can answer the question "who am I"? How can one answer this question other than with a name? Remember when attempting to answer that a personal description of qualities answers more the question "what am I". To answer the question is it unavoidable to involve other questions; is this question valid; is the answer a record of deeds or personality-- what purpose does identity serve? What can we gain from answering this question; if better understanding is possible, how are this understanding useful?
I would like to know... who are you?
184.108.40.206 00:52, 23 July 2008 (UTC) ...?
- As you indicate there are many many ways (should I say infinite?) to answer "Who are you?" (even with untrue/not verifyable/not understandable information, ... not answering also provides info to you), so I interpret this "you" as a question to me and not to WV (more info about WV at Help:Contents):
- I am someone taking the time to read what you wrote
- I am someone who has a mother and father
- I am someone writing here something what you then perhaps read
- I am someone who has 2 arms
- I am someone motivating you to contribute to the learning resource Who are you?
- I am someone who breathes
- I am someone annoying others and losing time with this text
- I am someone who may continue later on here
- I am someone who may not continue later on here
- I am
- These characteristics above I can share with one or more persons on this earth.
- What I gain from answering this ? I believe - on short term - your question helped me to think more. About what ? me ? others? useful/unuseful things ? useful/unuseful for whom ? other things I don't know yet ? Sorry, if I didn't answer all your questions.
- May I ask: Who you are and why you are interested in this question ?
- You can answer this on your userpage if you like - after registering. ----Erkan Yilmaz uses the Wikiversity:Chat (try) 16:19, 25 July 2008 (UTC)
See also 
- Identity (Wikipedia)