The existence of the Etipia, a country which Lel did not know, structuralized in the seupensamento belongs the order of the representation, and the Areal of the Baroness sends a' ' coisa' ' of concrete existence. We can infer, that to leave we datemos a construction of the image of the territory of the Areal as a place black deidentidade, a similar space (symbolic physicist and) inhabited essentially porafricanos and afro-descendants to the Etipia, stranger, but marcantepor its a black country and that it resisted the Italian domain. But, alert Bergson that all this construction of conhecimento of the sense-common one, and directs its workmanship for a reflection of aprofundamentomaior, always in the attempt to surpass the dualism. As already he was anteriormenteobservado, the author will use the elements of biology, for possible explicaesdo functioning of cerebral and its movement, the perception, the souvenir, amatria (joint of images) and the 5 image, to obtain to base the suaexplicao on memory. Initially then we will sketch these slight knowledge that noslevam until what Bergson understands for memory. In the I chapter ' ' Of the election of the images for arepresentao.
The paper of corpo' ' , Bergson considers to the reader undress-silks materialistic and espiritualistas conceptions, placing ahead of imagensno its more vacant direction. The author then covers the movements that crebrofaz when receiving the images ' ' these images act and react one on asoutras' ' (BERGSON, 1990, p.9). Ocorpo (that it is substance and image, einterior exterior) receives and acts as mediating of these images, as if everything was to queestar related it, it is the translator of the image. ' ' Everything is transferred as if, in this set of images quechamo of universe, nothing if could produce of really new not being porintermdio of certain particular images, whose model me is supplied for meucorpo' '. ' ' My body is therefore, in the set of the material world, an image that acts as the other images, receiving and returning movement, with an only difference, perhaps, of that my body seems to choose, in certamedida, in way to return what recebe.' ' (BERGSON, 1990, p.10) For the bergsoniano thought, the exterior objects aocorpo provoke stimulatons in the nervous center that is palco of movimentosmoleculares- these molecular movements depends on the nature and the position doobjeto.