Theory may be necessary to represent the similarity between people separated by race, religion, language and distance, measured in terms of or by physical time and space. Our concern is how this “domain”, usually left to be dealt with by geniuses, is to be managed by ordinary humans. Nietzsche says a group must produce or find a genius; how is it to recognise and preserve it when found? Is the human “mind” the sense organ that could be adapted for the purpose? Can Freud’s theory of consciousness be extended to the whole human mind and the object of its attention to whatever lies “beyond”?