Research Paper | Applied Physics | Italy | Volume 10 Issue 7, July 2021
Birth and Death of the Primeval Horde
Prof. Ing. Sisto Firrao, Politecnico di Milano
Abstract: Information interaction is at the origin of the variability of the state conditions of complex systems. It can be of two types which can be called active and passive, or of action and contraction. The action interaction produces a mass-to-energy transformation while the contraction interaction produces a mass transformation of energy. The horde achieved its survival goal by combining the two opposing modes into two men, one of whom assumed the dominant position and the other the dependent or gregarious position in the process of "gluing" ; thus by iteration of this process and that of the transfer of dependence from one dominant to another of higher strength (called in psychoanalysis transfert). In the early stages of the horde's development the chief and the gregarious were bound by an illusory reciprocal feeling of love, due to reciprocal necessity. But when the horde turned into a mass structure, the individual components, by virtue of their fungibility. lost their characteristic of special utility and consequently the interest of the chief. In the conditions of discontent thus determined, the shift, by a large part of members of the gregarious group, of the dependence impulse on the potential leaders gave them the strength necessary for the traumatic replacement of the holders of power. However, once reconstituted the condition of lack of obstacles to the exercise of the dominant impulses by the new bosses, a scorching disillusionment followed. This condition of periodicals, bloody revolutionary events finally blossomed into the stabilization of an overpowering power, with the transformation of all bonds of love into dominant bonds.
Keywords: primeval horde, internal contradiction, horde's crisis
Edition: Volume 10 Issue 7, July 2021,
Pages: 643 - 651
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Prof. Ing. Sisto Firrao, Politecnico di Milano, "Birth and Death of the Primeval Horde", International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), https://www.ijsr.net/get_abstract.php?paper_id=SR21710000341, Volume 10 Issue 7, July 2021, 643 - 651
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