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These two mental factors arise from the interaction and comparative weights of the habits, preferences, physical needs, emotions, and attitudes behind what we feel like doing, the conscious, deliberated, and nondeliberate motivations for what we want to do, the reasons behind what we need to do and our conscious motivation for doing it, any extraneous or deliberated motivations that might draw us to do something different from these three.
This type of nondeliberate coming-into-being is not unusual.
The appearance-making is automatic, nondeliberate, and unconscious.
Combining this chapter’s argument with last chapter’s, we can say that novel building blocks arise in three possible ways: as solutions to standard engineering problems (the Armstrong oscillator); as nondeliberate inventions (the monetary system); or as inventions proper, radically novel solutions that use new principles (the jet engine).