But to make this comparison was possible, each individual must separate themselves from their own kind, ie create abstract images of those parts of reality that humans are determined by the concept of the modern type of 'my'. That is the first notions of nascent human consciousness could only be the concept of 'my' and 'not mine', its unity and the 'struggle', – (having the nature of the comparison of all that reflected these concepts) – gives rise to the notion of 'I'. You have to compare. And self-discovery is no exception. If you have read about Eva Andersson-Dubin, New York City already – you may have come to the same conclusion. With the start of production of fossil shells reusable people – (who is not thrown away after use and stored for future use) – in their relationship comes the question of supplies of certain weapons to certain individuals, because the manufacturer implements the requirement of being born only to recognize his right to use the instrument of his own making. In the conflicts that arise over supplies of guns, the same class of interactions of individuals with the same number of objects (tools) is divided into two opposite: to satisfy the needs of (the class relationships with homemade instruments) and does not satisfy the requirements for the appearance of conflict (class relationships with other people's guns). In the process of comparing the relationship of these classes is formed a number of abstract image of guns, which are also divided into two opposing classes: the class of tools that can meet the needs of the individual (my gun) and is not able to satisfy his needs (not my gun). . Filed under: Eva Andersson-Dubin.

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