> It's not like that. This mythical "unconscious" of yours is the same biochemistry that has just not been sufficiently studied (yet).
By the way, i would like to focus on this a special attention. Well, i can say with certainty that this "for now" is an exceptional achievement of the key `social science`. 50 years ago humanity could have made a breakthrough in this direction. More precisely, it happened, but it was quickly suspended (for masses). All these social scientists only slow down the development of natural sciences and limit it in every possible way. Sometimes it seems that this is the only reason why they exist, in order to powder the brains of the inquisitive masses.
And now specifically: jurisprudence has imposed a ban on psychoactive substances, both legal and moral. At the same time, psychoactive substances are, in fact, the only reliable natural scientific method of external interaction with this `psyche`. And so called `psychopractices` (from mantras and tantras to NLP and cybernetic methods) - it is not necessary to explain to anybody here that all this is not absolutely from the sphere of cognition, but from the sphere of management.
Even more specifically, people have traditionally used opiates, begun to research them, and started to create new opiates that are not found in other organisms. And only then did they understand one side of their unconscious: the opioid system. Endorphin is literally internal morphine. Etymology clearly demonstrates this, but if someone does not believe in such a story, i recommend checking it out.
Further, with the strict prohibition of psychoactive substances, some particularly enterprising citizens of the world could afford to study the taboo substances. In 1964cc, Raphael Meshulam of Jerusalem University isolated an exogenous psychoactive substance from hashish and called it THC. In 1988cc, he made a hypothesis about the existence of special cannabinoid receptors in nerve cells, and in 1992cc, he also isolated the endogenous cannabinoid (from Latin - cannabis) and named it in the spirit of NewAge - Anandamide (at the moment several internal cannabinoids are known).
By the way, at that time, in the U.S. businesslike academic social scientists were earning money on a slightly different field of such research, they were proving the postulate of "the killing cannabis" (or something like that), they suffocated monkeys with a non-human amount of hemp smoke, for filling out research journals, so that any Darwinist would believe in this postulate looking on such records. This is, by the way, a brief excursion into the way science was being done outside the promised land at that time.
We can continue to talk about discoveries in the field of receptor systems of the unconscious in relation to psychoactive substances. Probably the most soul-delic system - serotonin, the most tabooed so far (although in Western Europe, they say, the situation has changed a lot in this particular direction over the past year), it is enough to mention only the fact of the discovery of the principle of double helix DNA without a modern microscope.
But i think that's enough. If someone points me to an error or misinformation in the information above, i would be extremely grateful.
And now i will return to the original thesis. About the fact that the social sciences slows down the development of natural science. Through the efforts of lawmakers, through the recommendations of the UN and other global organizations (created after the Second World War), the research potential of the psychoactive substances has been artificially limited around the world at the national level, with the exception of some privileged academies. I am not talking about independent researchers. In any country of the second and third (raw materials and workers' appendages of the West) world it is still strictly tabooed at the academic and law level.
Given some historical legal details (e.g., in West Germany in 1982cc, heroin was sold in pharmacies, or methamphetamine was using during WW2 in military purposes), the version of an accidental historical coincidence of this scientific academic misunderstanding seems unlikely to me personally. Although there is of course the possibility that there has never been socialscientists conspiracy in the field of psychoactive substances, and everything regarding it happened by chance.
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