Kevlar Weave as Metaphor of Chronotopic Lamination?

Kevlar is tough, it’s woven, and it’s layered.  Could this be applied as a metaphor for the ways in which ideologies become integrated as a coherent sense of identity within the individual psyche?  And then the psyche can become “frayed” when some experiences cannot be connected (woven) together through a coherent ideological paradigm. This could…

Axmacher et al. – “Natural Memory Beyond The Storage Model: Repression, Trauma, And The Construction Of A Personal Past.”

Axmacher, Nikolai, et al. “Natural Memory Beyond The Storage Model: Repression, Trauma, And The Construction Of A Personal Past.” Frontiers In Human Neuroscience 4.(n.d.): Science Citation Index. Web. 4 Oct. 2014. From the Abstract: Furthermore, these paradigms ignore that memory distortions due to repression or dissociation¬†are most accurately characterized by a lack of self-referential processing,…