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Intrinsic Authority

Intrinsic Authority is the qualities of any present sensory state, as the conditions of the moment, or any given present circumstance, like it is getting cold in here, for any given individual in any given time or space. Intrinsic Authority is wherein the pre-existent qualities and conditions, of any given present circumstance, represents the authority, impetus and motive, for human activity and behavior, in which the individual is required to react, like to eat regularly or stay warm. 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. The state of Intrinsic Authority in termed the Positive Dimension, which is the experience of any given present state or reality, that is absent the Comparative States of the memory, as past or future.

Simultaneously, there are alternatives to this, termed Extrinsic Authority, as authority distinct and separate from the present moment, as states of mind or memory, representing the past or future. States of memory can produce alternatives to present circumstance termed Comparative States, as authority independent from the moment, like compared to now, I think I can be warmer, and go and get a sweater, where the sweater and its location exists in the memory as a past state. Extrinsic Authority is wherein Comparative States in the memory are the authority, impetus and motive, for human activity & behavior, as opposed to the present sensory state, like I think I will go for a ride, because some excitement may happen.

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