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2004 | 40 | 4(162) | 565-574
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FUGUE, OR HISTORY-FORMING ROLE OF ESCAPE AND COUNTERACTIVITY

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The highest form of human activity is purposive activity in which one adjusts objective means and conditions to the aims pursued. Opposite to it is reactive activity determined by objective conditions, either negative or positive ones. However, even the best human purposive activity could not be free from byproducts which require the counteractivity or escaping. In author's view the humankind needs to apply much more energy to counteractivity (or to reactive activity) than to its purposive activity
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40
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565-574
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  • Z. Cackowski, uil. Pozytywist√≥w 12 m.10, 20-639 Lublin, Poland
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04PLAAAA0023506
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