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I do agree with you
I think that one side of our brain is responsible for preparing information and the other is to process it.
Sometimes it happens that the first one process information "this is not its role" then the same information is processed again and you think that you have lived this experience in the past.
Yes you have lived it in the past few milliseconds
This is what I think
Outrage at a moral violation may be common, but we do learn how to respond.
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