instinct for truth [consists in the feeling that] every experience, every
action, every detail of behavior or a given individual will remain in his life
in one form or another; that a given moment in the past will always have an
indestructible meaning for a given individual. In other words, experiences and
moments are separated from one another by time are not isolated, but a part of
a certain active continuity existing in life, defining itself in one way or
another during every moment through which we live.
— Stanislaw Brzozowski, Young Poland.