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GENERAL THEORY OF PSYCHOLOGY



BOOK:
THE LAWS OF PSYCHE

Alberto E. Fresina

 

INDEX

PART I

DEVELOPMENT OF THE THEORIC WORK ......................................................................... 7-. -..

CHAPTER 1

THE NATURAL SELECTION AND THE ORIGENOF THE HUMAN PSYCHE ................. 9-....-.
.1. The natural selection applied to man ....................................................................................... 11- .2. The sexual selection ................................................................................................................ 15-.3. Natural selection of tribes and sexual selection .......................................................................... 17-.4. Subordination of the sexual selection to the natural selection of tribes ....................................... 18-.5. Conclusions .............................................................................................................................. 18-.6. Complementary considerations ................................................................................................. 23-...


CHAPTER 2

GENERAL LAWS OF THE PSYCHE ..................................................................................... 27-..
.1. The concept of fight .................................................................................................................. 27-.2. The basic psychological contradiction ...................................................................................... 29-.3. Derived laws ........................................................................................................................... 30-.4. Objections to the law of decision .............................................................................................. 32-.5. The essence of election ........................................................................................................... 35-.6. Recount of fundamental laws .................................................................................................... 35-..

CHAPTER 3

THE PARTICULAR TENDENCIES ....................................................................................... 37-..
.1. The detail of impulses ................................................................................................................ 39-.2. Secondary ways leading to pleasurer ...................................................................................... 41-.3. Free ways of giving displeasure ............................................................................................... 44-.4. Impulses and their differential incidence in motivation ................................................................ 45- .5. Impulses and the basic psychological contradiction .................................................................... 45-...

CHAPTER 4

METHODOLOGICAL CONSIDERATIONS ......................................................................... 47-.
.1. The levels of psyche ................................................................................................................. 47--.-


PART II

SPECIFIC DEVELOPMENT
................................................................................................... 51-.-

CHAPTER 5

THE REFLEX LEVEL ............................................................................................................... 53-.
..1. Neuro physiological substratum of pleasure and displeasure ..................................................... 53-..2. The nervous system and the basic psychological contradiction .................................................. 54-..3. The autonomous maintenance system ..................................................................................... 55-..4. Perseverance of neuronal work ............................................................................................ 58-..5. The acting way of the autonomous maintenance system ........................................................... 63-..6. Life styles and neurons' activity ............................................................................................. 65-..7. The psychic aspect and its relationship with the nervous system .............................................. 69-..8. Passivity of the psychic aspect ............................................................................................... 70-..9. The receiving cells of the psychic aspect ................................................................................ 72-.10. Pleasure and displeasure influence on the nervous system .................................................... 73-.11. The directed reflexes ............................................................................................................... 75-.12. The directed tendency ........................................................................................................... 77-.13. Classification of reflexes .......................................................................................................... 80-..

CHAPTER 6

THE SYSTEM OF IMPULSES
................................................................................................. 83-.
.1. Micro-impulses ......................................................................................................................... 83-.2. Non-natural ways of intense pleasure ....................................................................................... 84-.3. Particular impulses .................................................................................................................... 86--. .

CHAPTER 7

THE OPERATION OF IMPULSES ........................................................................................ 111- . .
.1. The mediator impulse and the mean-goals and purpose-goals .................................................. 113-.2. The learning and impulses ........................................................................................................ 114-.3. Fight among impulses ........................................................................................................... 117-.4. Fight inside an impulse .......................................................................................................... 118-.5. Functional features of impulses .............................................................................................. 119-.6. Impulses and the historical and social phenomenon ................................................................... 122-.

CHAPTER 8

THE SUPERIOR TENDENCIES
........................................................................................... 125-...
.1. The innate aspect and the acquired aspect............................................................................... 125-.2. The mechanism of values ....................................................................................................... 128-.3. Structure of the basic bipulsions .............................................................................................. 141-.4. Features of the levels of bipulsions ........................................................................................... 143-.

CHAPTER 9

THE SYSTEM OF BIPULSIONS
.......................................................................................... 145-...
.1. Specific bipulsions ................................................................................................................. 154-...

CHAPTER 10

THE OPERATION OF BIPULSIONS .................................................................................. 199-...
.1. The bipulsions and the fundamental contradiction of the psyche ............................................... 199-.2. The cumulative essence of the impulses operation, in bipulsions .............................................. 208-.3. Functional flexibility of the personal performance bipulsion ...................................................... 210-.4. Human relationships and the performance of the bipulsions system ......................................... 211-.5. The ethical bipulsion and human relationships ......................................................................... 215-.6. Relative or acquired values .................................................................................................... 216-.7. The source of relative values.................................................................................................... 219--.....

CHAPTER 11

THE MACROPULSION ......................................................................................................... 221--
.1. Labor and the complementary social activities ......................................................................... 225--

CHAPTER 12

VIRTUAL AND IDEAL VALUES .......................................................................................... 229--
.1. The apparatuses ...................................................................................................................... 229--

CHAPTER 13

STRUCTURE OF THE APPARATUSES ............................................................................... 253--
.1. Concrete facts and virtual conditions ........................................................................................ 253-.2. Impulses and bipulsions that form the structure of the apparatuses ............................................ 253-.3. Functional components of the apparatuses ............................................................................... 265-.-.-

CHAPTER 14

PERFORMANCE OF THE APPARATUSES ....................................................................... 273-.-
.1. The ideals ............................................................................................................................. 273-.2. Psychic substratum of the movement of the apparatuses ........................................................ 275-.3. Classification of ideals and distribution of their basic psychic elements ..................................... 280-.4. The fundamental contradiction of the psyche and the apparatuses ............................................. 281-.-

CHAPTER 15

THE GLOBAL MOVEMENT OF THE PSYCHE ................................................................. 287-.-
.1. Recount of the necessary tendencies ........................................................................................ 287-.2. The necessary tendencies and consciousness and unconsciousness ........................................ 288-.3. Relationship between the impulses and the superior tendencies ................................................ 294-.4. Guideline role of the apparatuses ............................................................................................. 297-.5. The common ideals and their regulator role of the psychic operation ...................................... 300-.6. Labor: center of motivational convergence ............................................................................. 301-.7. Functional unity and overlapping of tendencies ......................................................................... 301-.-


PART III

GENERAL CONCLUSIONS AND TRANSFORMATION OF THE SOCIAL LIFE
....... 303-.-

CHAPTER 16

TRANSFORMATION OF LABOR AND OF THESOCIAL ACTIVITIES
....................... 305-.-
..1. The objective concept of happiness ........................................................................................ 305-..2. General conditions for the healthy psychic operation ............................................................... 306-..3. Applications in the diverse activities ....................................................................................... 310-..4. Advantages of the system from the psychological point of view ................................................ 313-..5. Advantages of the system in relation to the progress . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ... .. .. of the material and cultural productivity ............................................................................... 320-..6. The universal law of progress .............................................................................................. 322-..7. Factors that depend on the acceleration or slowing down of progress ................................... 324-..8. Conditions for the acceleration of progress in the performance of work and social activities... 325-..9. The example of Greece .......................................................................................................... 326-.10. The unity of fight and cooperation ......................................................................................... 327-.11. Laws of dialectics, labor and psyche ..................................................................................... 328-.12. About the application of the system ..................................................................................... 329-.13. Mental healthl ....................................................................................................................... 333-.-

CHAPTER 17

THE PREMISE OF THE SOCIALISM ................................................................................ 337-.-
..1. The historical materialism ........................................................................................................ 339-..2. Spoiling of socialism ............................................................................................................. 343-..3. Essence of the economic value ........................................................................................... 346-..4. Labor as creator of economic value .................................................................................... 351-..5. The modus operandi of the capitalistic production and increased value .................................. 353-..6. Concepts of working class, proletariat and labor class ............................................................ 360-..7. The industrial proletariat in relation to the rest of the working class ........................................ 365-..8. The economic value of labor in socialism .............................................................................. 369-..9. Money ................................................................................................................................ 371-.10. Law of the tendency to the dropping off of the profit rate .................................................... 377-.11. Impotence of capitalism to meet the man's superior necessities ........................................... 381-.12. Role of proletariat in the most developed countries ................................................................. 383-.13. Democracy and dictatorship .................................................................................................. 388-.14. The unbeatable power of the working class ........................................................................... 393-.15. Convenience and realism of the possibility of the scientific socialism ........................................ 396-.

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



 


© Author: Alberto E. Fresina
Title: "The Laws of Psyche"
Title of the original Spanish Version:
"Las Leyes del Psiquismo"
Fundar Editorial
Printed in Mendoza, Argentina
I.S.B.N. 987-97020-9-3
Mendoza, 14th July, 1999
Copyright registered at the National Copyright Bureau in 1988, and at the Argentine Book Camera in 1999, year of its publication.
Translated by Ana El kassir with the collaboration of Marcela Berenguer
Characteristic of the original copy in Spanish: Number of pages: 426; measures: 5.9 x 8.27 x 1 inch; weight: 1.2lb.


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