Just finished and would definitely recommend Argonauts, a book about identity and limitations, language and desire. Nelson's previous, Bluets is stunning and perhaps worth reading before this one.
"To align oneself with the real while intimating that others are at play, approximate, or in imitation can feel good. But any fixed claim on realness, especially when it is tied to an identity, also has a finger in psychosis. If a man who thinks he is a king is mad, then a king who thinks he is a king is no less so. "
also this from Andrea Branzi and Kenya Hara
"We delude ourselves by equating evolution with progress towards sophistication; it is not only wisdom that evolves but also folly, cruelty, and deceit... a hundred verbs a hundred vital forces."