Excerpt About Conventional Self

Self-representations Determine the Entire Worldview
The following structure defines the conventional experience of the self: We are identified with a particular self-representation We experience ourselves within and through this self-representation This self representation is related to an object or objects The set of object relations, that is, self-representations in relation to object representations, constitutes the object world of the self, and determines the entire worldview.

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