Memory As a Positive and Negative Motivation Component In a Person’s Activity

  • Ludmila Nikolayevna Poselskaya
Part of the Analecta Husserliana book series (ANHU, volume 101)

To understand and characterize a person’s activity it’s necessary to have a look at the “depths” of his consciousness because it’ll help find out the sources, existing at the genetic level in the form of the generations’ memory. This will also give a clear idea of the determinants of a person’s selfindividualisation as an integral part of the whole onthopoethical process of developing a vital creative phenomenon. The formation of person’s consciousness is stipulated by a transmission of an experience accumulated by a previous generation to the coming one by means of speech, writing, and a constructive, creative activity. Every person is genetically unique and this feature exposes itself in his individual biological nature, thus creating further necessary prerequisites for the formation of a personality and his consciousness. Consciousness ensures the highest stage of a person’s interaction with the outer world, i.e. it gives its reflection in a number of subjective images; their memorizing and further usage in mental processes; a choice, a construction and a direction of his conscientious well-considered activity.


Outer World Unlawful Action Negative Motivation Psychic Reality Conscientious Activity 
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