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Declarative constructions only partially activate the cognitive model and their interpretation as orders is largely dependent on their use of specific linguistic mechanisms such as oblique modal verbs, expressions of immediateness or intonation patterns.
During a recession, that immediateness gets amplified because either buyers or sellers pull out of deals faster and in greater quantity than in normal times.
Turned towards the presence, lost or impossible, of the absent origin, this structuralist thematic of broken immediateness is thus the sad, negative, nostalgic, guilty, Rousseauian face of the thought of free play of which the Nietzschean affirmation, the joyful affirmation of the free play of the world of signs without want, without truth, without origin would be the other face.
If we consider that emotiveness is more connected to the environmental factors than impulsiveness and that impulsiveness brings the subject to express with remarkable behavioural immediateness his biological contingent conditions (physical needs), through rigid and well tested schemes, it will be productive to study the subject in specific playful and social situations.
The outside as such is incompatible with a community that is so folded towards its inside that it institutes among its members a transparency without opacity, an immediateness without mediations, which constantly reduces each member to another who is no longer such since he is pre-emptively identified with the first.
For the obsessive person the world is not inhabited by living things that appear as opportunities in the process of life, but by mere matter destined to decompose and die: 'The world in which the obsessives live has such a structure that their behaviour is dominated by horror and dread, not because of fear of death which may hit them in the near future, but because of the presence of death in sensory immediateness, warded off in disgust.
The concrete reality of religion is its verification in experiences, its transmutation into the animating force of life, into the impulse overwhelmingly felt to translate its message into the immediateness of an experience.