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The distinction is made between the reality of any given moment and the memory, which is defined here as a fundamental difference between the attitudes and conceptions of spirituality and materialism, as authorities for human activity and behavior.

There are two primary authorities for human activity & behavior, described as the present sensory state, and condition of the moment, as any given present state or circumstance, like it is getting cold in here. Simultaneously, there are alternatives as authority distinct and separate from the state and circumstance of the present moment, which are states of mind or memory, representing the past or future, as one remembers a warmer condition and goes and turns on the heat.

The state of the moment is termed the Positive Dimension and the dictates inherent within this state, as cold or hungry, is termed Intrinsic Authority. Intrinsic means inherent to the present moment, as the prevalent conditions, in which everything and everyone can be subject, like a rain storm or an earthquake. Intrinsic Authority is wherein, the pre-existent qualities and conditions, of any given present circumstance, represents the authority, impetus and motive, for human activity & behavior, in which the individual is required to react, like eat regularly to stay warm, or move out of the way of an oncoming car.

States of memory may represent alternatives, or Comparative States as authority independent from the moment, like compared to now, I think I can be warmer, and go and get a sweater. The sweater and its location exists in the memory as a past state. The warmer condition it will produce is also a memory, which in this case represents an alternative condition as a projection of the future termed a Conceptual Objective.