PSYCHOLOGICAL FUNCTIONS AT THE MOLECULAR LEVEL
The texts of this chapter point to the certainty that psychological functions emerged at the molecular level of the living world development, as the energy exchange between proteins of different functions aimed at coordinating their activities directed towards maintaining the nucleic acid molecules they serve. The starting premise is that no part of the living world could have arisen from nothing, so if the morphological structures and functions of the living world emerged from simple organic molecules, the same goes for psychological functions.
PRIMARY INSTINCTS AND PRIMARY EMOTIONS
This text refers to the complexly structured instincts and emotions of complex organic systems formed before the emergence of higher human consciousness. They were created by continual development and complexification of their precursors, in collaboration with other morphological and functional developmental complexifications of the living world. Their youngest (newest) offspring – primary interpersonal instincts – are a spiritual catalyst that has accelerated the emergence of higher consciousness, that is, they represent the instinctive-emotional platform from which a very complex, instinctive-emotional system of man emerged. At the heart of this system lie the primary instincts and emotions, though transformed in a multifaceted and complex manner by the action of higher consciousness. For this reason, along with primary instincts, this text deals with mutual relations of primary and secondary instincts of higher consciousness, which will be expounded in other texts as well.