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If we set aside the worlds of nature, then, this leaves the non-deterministic world, the part that has an intrinsically human component. e. declared to be mentally ill. If one treats the deterministic world as though it were one where free will prevailed, for example if one started jumping off cliffs, etc. one would be declared out of touch with reality and perhaps too dangerous to self and others to live in the ordinary world. On the other hand, if you treated the social world as deterministic, by ignoring rules, refusing cooperation, obeying impulse and evading all issues of self control, this might also get you locked up – for again, you are not living in the real world.
The latter argument indicates that where inner speech is absent, foresight is weakened. Together they permit a fairly firm conclusion that inner speech is a necessary and more or less sufficient condition for intelligent agency. 3. The stages of agency and inner speech I will now look at the structural features of agency, the stages or parts, and how inner speech operates in these parts. The argument in the preceding section concerned the overall cause or relation between inner speech and agency, but the 26 N.
This means they all had to focus their attention on the same thing, in this case the totemic symbols. The number of people in these annual assemblies varied between about twenty and forty. They also had to adopt a ritual state of mind, meaning they had to stop thinking of and attending to ordinary affairs and concentrate on the ritual itself. And, in modern terms, they had to engage in the ‘willing suspension of disbelief’ in the power of the ritual – which is what we do when we go to a movie or a play.