I'll make the assumption that within humans is a soul, an innate component of our unique identity, and a pre-socialized self. With socialization we mold through different identities, and come to think of ourselves and others in different ways depending upon the social/cultural/emotional/etc. environments that we are exposed to! Assuming that we indeed have a part of us that exists exclusively from socialization (exposure to LITERALLY everything), how do we begin to understand that part of our identity if we have only come to understand who we are as a product of our environments? How can you know who you are exclusive from your environment, its made you who you are today?