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FUNDAMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY    ( FP )
Part I
      HYPER
PHYSICAL MATERIALISM
            (The nature of PSYCHE)

    Chapter 5.
        INTERSUBSTANTIAL LINKS

    5.2.   ATTENTION

     Cases when a person looks but doesn't see, listens but doesn't hear are not rare at all. In order to form an image T' of reality T, a full set of sensations from T is not enough. The perception image forms at direct contact (fig. 3 4 ) of astralum components/astrosomae SA of individual/subject S of perception and TA of percepted object T.

   Such a contact can be provoked by T itself. Then T owing to its qualities (both physical and astral)
  either involves elements of SA into itself (fig. 5a), i.e. provokes their exteration,
  or even T itself intrudes into SA (fig. 5b) with identical result, as far as T'= FT.
   Both these variants are a spontaneous attention (or involuntary one).

   If the contact is established and/or supported by subject's S mentalum component SM, then his attention becomes intentional (fig. 5c), but sharp, especially principle borders between them (all the three) are not present.
   Control influences from SM can be directed oppositely against function of direct reflection Rd, can suppress it. These are cases of active avoiding of undesirable information. It can be admitted as antiattention [ 6A ]. So, a person can intentionally, volitionly turn himself away from something unpleasant. If reflection Rd is suppressed by subject's S astralum component SA, by his emotion, then the antiattention can be admitted as spontaneous.

   P. Milner (see s-n 1.7.3 ) is not quite right. The matter cannot do without his small little man: just so can be interpreted person's S mentalum SM function in the phenomenon of intentional attention. In what he is right, it is that his small little man does really not exist in a head. But physiologist P. Milner has not left the physiology (and physics) limits.     
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