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At birth we have no self-image. We cannot distinguish anything from the confusion of light and sound around us. From this beginning of no-dimension, we gradually begin to differentiate our body from our environment and develop a sense of id entity, with the realisation that we are a separate and independent human being. We then begin to develop a conscience, the sense of right and wrong. Further, we develop social consciousness, where we become aware that we live with other people. Finally, we develop a sense of values, which is our overall estimation of our worth in the world. Which one of the following would be the best completion of this passage ?

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The sum total of all these developments we call the self-image or the self-concept.

B

This estimation of worth is only relative to our value system.

C

Therefore, our social consciousness is dependent on our sense of values.

D

The sum total of living with other people and developing a sense of values makes us a total population.

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The sum total of all these developments we call the self-image or the self-concept.

According to the given question , the sum total of all these development we call the self image of the self concept is the best completion of the passage.

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