Here’s how I would classify each category using DDC numbers:

The Dewey Decimal Classification (DDC) system is a widely used library classification system that categorizes books and other materials by subject. While the categories you provided do cover a range of subject areas, some of them may not fit neatly into a single DDC number.

Here’s how I would classify each category using DDC numbers:

1. Self-Reflecting and Self-as-Subject: Philosophy, Psychology, Cognitive Science, Embodied Ecology, Cognitive Restructuring – DDC 100-199, 150, 152.4, 153, 155, 158, 570.1

2. Self-Mirroring: AI and Machine Learning – DDC 006.3, 303.4833

3. Self-in-Community and Self-in-Relation: Anthropology, Sociology, Religious Studies – DDC 300-399, 200-299, 306

4. Self-Expression and Self-as-Linguist: Linguistics, Literature, Arts – DDC 400-499, 800-899, 700-799

5. Self-as-Life: Biology, Zoology, Botany – DDC 500-599, 570-579

6. Self-as-Healer: Health and Wellness – DDC 610-619, 640, 613, 615.8, 616-618

7. Self-in-Universe and Self-as-Knower: Mathematics, Physics, Astronomy – DDC 500-599, 510-519, 520-529

8. Self-as-Creator and Self-as-Coder: Engineering, Computer Science, Coding – DDC 600-699, 620-629, 004, 005

9. Self-as-Earth-Steward: Environmental and Earth Sciences – DDC 500-599, 550-559, 577, 628

10. Self-as-Social-Being: Social Sciences – DDC 300-399

11. Self-as-Explorer-of-Experience: Arts, Humanities – DDC 700-799, 800-899

12. Self-as-Learner-and-Teacher: Education, Pedagogy – DDC 370-379

13. Self-as-Spiritual-Being: Philosophy, Ethics, Mysticism and Spirituality, Comparative Theology, Humanistic and Existential Psychology, Interfaith and Interbelief Dialogue, Secular Spirituality – DDC 100-199, 200-299, 150, 152.4, 153, 155, 158

Note that some categories may overlap with multiple DDC numbers, and some topics may not fit neatly into a single category or DDC number.

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