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Sukiasyan S.G. The Strategy of Human Behavior: Animistic and Anthropomorphic Roots

Published in journal "Psychology and Psychotechnics", 2015-12 in rubric "Philosophy and psychology", pages 1220-1233.

Resume: The subject of the present study is the category "strategy" as an aspect of understanding the nature and the human psyche in the context of their origins and development. The author of the analysis of the most famous, evolutionarily significant strategies of human behavior, in one way or another to explain human behaviour. The diversity of these strategies the author considers as a continuum, caused by the interaction and the interaction between biological and social nature of man. The author does not reduce social in person to its biology, but displays a social in man solely from his biology. For understanding the evolving concept of development of the psyche, the author appealed to the notion of "evolutionarily stable strategy, which developed psihobiologi. The diversity of forms of human behaviour is reduced to the following four types: agonistic, cooperative, altruistic and egoistic. An analysis of each of the forms of behavioral strategies. Work is theoretical and based on an analysis of categorical concepts and approaches in psychology and Psychiatry. The article presents the author's original approach to understanding the nature and the human psyche. If this comes from the fact that the essence of any human phenomenon is manifested in its extremes. In this case the psychosis.The author suggests that to understand human nature can be via understanding his social behavior, which he views from the perspective of group and social behaviour of animals, conducting similar in models of animal and human behavior. Disclosed to the evolutionary role of some psychological categories. The author develops the idea of animal and human animistic antropomorfic. The formation of the species Homo Sapiens is carried out through his instinctive nature, indirect social relations and interactions with external factors. The author assumes that at the present stage of its development, man lost several biological mechanisms for the management of population genetic structure, replacing them with social mechanisms: institutions that perform prohibitive, punitive function as moral norms, laws, Penal Code. In other words a hierarchically more old mechanism (or seam) gave way to more new mechanism, but at the same time, he remained in "inactive". Psychic manifestations, social and moral norms and principles, laws regulating social life in its deepest meaning are the dictates of biological and physical nature.

Keywords: animalization human, external program, behavior strategy, agonistic behavior, cooperative behavior, altruistic behavior, selfish behavior, closed genetic program, open behavioral program, anthropomorphization of animals

DOI: 10.7256/2070-8955.2015.12.17347

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