So far I have emphasized rhetoric, representations and theoretical understandings of class. This has demonstrated ho\v terms such as 'economy', 'reflexivity' and 'subject of value' have a classed epistemology, assuming and constituting a particular personhood, a particular self. This chapter makes a more detailed interrogation of the concept of 'self'. Often used as a neutral term, this chapter describes how it is the methods for telling and knoleing that make the self and produce class difference. And just as previous chapters have sholvn ho\v this process is about the attribution of value, the particular focus here is on how moral value systems inform the differences that are dralvn bet\veen different t y ~ e s of self.