The encapsulated “I'” is the “I” that perceives itself to be separate, independent, not interconnected, fixed, permanent, unchanging and that exists inherently, intrinsically, from its own side. The encapsulated constrained I is the I in the square, the small narrow self. When the sense of “I and mine” is very strong, all other people are “them,” “not I and not mine.” That is a suffering mind, an ordinary mind. How can an ordinary mind perceive all other people?
Bogdan Wojciszke uses morality for the axis Dr. Cuddy refers to as warmth.
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Being Your True Nature is the title of a documentary film by Osel Hita and Matteo Passigato
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