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Social-Life Science

Social-Life Science

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Social-life science deals with social interactions involving neuroscience, psychology, evolution, and social sciences. Social-life science is based on the social-life structural theory, dividing the human social life into the three social lives, consisting of the yin (collective), the yang (individualistic), and the harmonious social lives, which are derived from the feminine, the masculine, and the neutral social lives, respectively. Social-life science explains the principal differences among different human societies, constructs the healthy society, provides psychotherapy for sufferings, sins, and stress-anxiety, and maintains the social-life health of individuals.
The collective social life represents collective wellbeing for the feminine task of upbringing of offspring. The individualistic social life represents individualistic achievement for the masculine task of attracting female mate. The unique human evolution produces the harmonious social life that transcends the collective and the individualistic social life, and represents harmonious cooperation.
The social lives are derived from the neurotransmitters, the brain structure, and the instincts. The social-life structural theory is the combination of the three popular theories, including the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI), the Big Five, and the Merrill-Reid social style theory. The theory starts with the personality system based on the brain structure and neurotransmitters. Human social lives are derived from the personality system and the instincts. The human social lives come from social-life biological evolution, including ape evolution and hominid evolution.
Social-life science explains the social-life cultural evolution consisting of the Prehistoric Period, the Early Period, and the Modern Period. The prehistoric hunter-gatherer society in the Prehistoric Period was the harmonious society. In the Early Period starting from the Neolithic Revolution, the collective society included Judaism, Islam, Hinduism, and Confucianism, and the individualistic society included Greek individualism (Greek mythology and science). Later, the harmonious society was formed as the harmonious religions (Christianity, Buddhism, and Daoism). In the Modern Period starting from the Renaissance for the Modern Revolution, the modern mass printing and increased literacy led to communication and understanding among the three branches (collective, individualistic, harmonious) of human society, resulting in the Modern Unified Society, such as America. The healthy society in terms of social life is the Postmodern Unified Three-branch Society where the different social lives work together constructively rather than destructively. The Postmodern Unified Society is constructed through psychology, politics, education, and religion.
The social lives of some Biblical characters and American presidents will be discussed. The social-life psychotherapy for social-life sufferings and sins involves the diagnosis of and the treatment for social-life sufferings and sins. The treatment involves stress-anxiety reduction and the adoption of social-life fitness. Harmonious cooperation corresponds to minimum conflict, resulting in minimum stress-anxiety. Social-life psychotherapy for stress-anxiety on a permanent base is the conversion to the harmonious social life. The conversion to the harmonious religions involves the rebirth into the harmonious society and the harmonious social life. Social-life health requires the exercises of social-life strength, balance, and flexibility.
Social-life science deals with social interactions involving neuroscience, psychology, evolution, and social sciences. Social-life science is based on the social-life structural theory, dividing the human social life into the three social lives, consisting of the yin (collective), the yang (individualistic), and the harmonious social lives, which are derived from the feminine, the masculine, and the neutral social lives, respectively. Social-life science explains the principal differences among different human societies, constructs the healthy society, provides psychotherapy for sufferings, sins, and stress-anxiety, and maintains the social-life health of individuals.
The collective social life represents collective wellbeing for the feminine task of upbringing of offspring. The individualistic social life represents individualistic achievement for the masculine task of attracting female mate. The unique human evolution produces the harmonious social life that transcends the collective and the individualistic social life, and represents harmonious cooperation.
The social lives are derived from the neurotransmitters, the brain structure, and the instincts. The social-life structural theory is the combination of the three popular theories, including the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI), the Big Five, and the Merrill-Reid social style theory. The theory starts with the personality system based on the brain structure and neurotransmitters. Human social lives are derived from the personality system and the instincts. The human social lives come from social-life biological evolution, including ape evolution and hominid evolution.
Social-life science explains the social-life cultural evolution consisting of the Prehistoric Period, the Early Period, and the Modern Period. The prehistoric hunter-gatherer society in the Prehistoric Period was the harmonious society. In the Early Period starting from the Neolithic Revolution, the collective society included Judaism, Islam, Hinduism, and Confucianism, and the individualistic society included Greek individualism (Greek mythology and science). Later, the harmonious society was formed as the harmonious religions (Christianity, Buddhism, and Daoism). In the Modern Period starting from the Renaissance for the Modern Revolution, the modern mass printing and increased literacy led to communication and understanding among the three branches (collective, individualistic, harmonious) of human society, resulting in the Modern Unified Society, such as America. The healthy society in terms of social life is the Postmodern Unified Three-branch Society where the different social lives work together constructively rather than destructively. The Postmodern Unified Society is constructed through psychology, politics, education, and religion.
The social lives of some Biblical characters and American presidents will be discussed. The social-life psychotherapy for social-life sufferings and sins involves the diagnosis of and the treatment for social-life sufferings and sins. The treatment involves stress-anxiety reduction and the adoption of social-life fitness. Harmonious cooperation corresponds to minimum conflict, resulting in minimum stress-anxiety. Social-life psychotherapy for stress-anxiety on a permanent base is the conversion to the harmonious social life. The conversion to the harmonious religions involves the rebirth into the harmonious society and the harmonious social life. Social-life health requires the exercises of social-life strength, balance, and flexibility.

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Social-Life Science
 ContentsAbstract          6Introduction:          7
Part 1: The Social-Life Structural Theory
101.   The Social Lives         101.1. Personality: The Social-Information Personality System  101.1.1. The Social Relation Type      111.1.2. The Information Process Type     121.1.2.1. Admission: Sensitivity and Assertiveness   121.1.2.2. Resolution: Distinctiveness and Network   141.1.2.3. Action: Goal and Context     161.1.2.4. Openness: Persistence and Updating    181.1.3. The Big Five       191.2. The Social Lives        201.2.1. The Social Lives for the Primate Social Structures  201.2.2. The Human Instincts and the Social Lives    241.2.3. The Harmonious Social Life     281.2.3.1. Cooperation - The Hyper Friendly Instinct   301.2.3.2. Detection The Detective Instinct    301.2.3.3. The Conscience Instinct     332.  The Social-Life Biological Evolution      362.1. Ape Evolution        362.1.1. The Original Ape: the solitary ape     362.1.2. The First Split: the peacemaking ape    372.1.3. The Second Split: the loyal ape     372.1.4. The Third Split: the harmonious ape    382.1.5. The Fourth Split: the aggressive ape    402.2. Hominid Evolution       423. The Interaction of the Social Lives       463.1. The Properties of the Social Lives     463.2. The Enforcement of the Social Life     473.3. The Interaction of the Social Lives     48
Part 2: The Social-Life Cultural Evolution
504. The Prehistoric Period        504.1. The Prehistoric Harmonious Society     504.2. The Religious Prehistoric Harmonious Society    534.3. The Exit from the Harmonious Society     555. The Early Period
 
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5.1. The Early Collective Society      595.2. The Early Individualistic Society     625.3. The Revival of the Harmonious Society     635.3.1. The Reasons for the Revival     635.3.2. The Conversion to the Harmonious Social Life  655.4. The Conversion of the Non-Harmonious Social Lives   78
 
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5.4.1. The Conversion to the Collective Social Life   785.4.2. The Conversion to the Individualistic Social Life  816. The Modern Period         85
 
6.1. The Modern Individualistic Society     856.1.1. The Renaissance      856.1.2. The Industrial Revolution     866.2. The Modern Collective Society      87
 
 
6.3. The Modern Constitutional Two-Party Society    88
 
6.4. The Christian Church       906.4.1. The Early Church as the Harmonious Society   906.4.2 The Church as the State Religion    916.4.3 The Reformation: the breakdown of the intermediary  926.4.4.
The Puritan Movement: the breakdown of the collective society
936.5. The Three-Branch Unified Society of America    936.5.1. The Decline of the State Religion    946.5.2. Description       956.5.3. The Requirements for the Unified Society   956.6. The Harmonious Moral Religions     98
Part 3.  The Postmodern Period
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7. The Postmodern Divided Society       1008. The Postmodern State Unified Society      102
8.1. The Reasons for the Existence of the Postmodern State Unified Society
1028.2. The Formation of the Postmodern State Unified Society  1038.3. The State Party         1058.4. The Private Sector       1068.5. Anti-corruption        1088.6. Economic Equality       1088.7. The Natural and the Unnatural Political Systems   1109. The Postmodern Partisan Unified Society      111
 
9.1. The Legalization of the Two-Party Method    1119.2. The Establishment of the Two-Party System    1119.3. The Establishment of the Common Ground    1139.4. The Establishment of Different Constituents    1139.5. Technological Development and Policy Direction   11410.  The Postmodern Education        11610.1. Elementary and Secondary Education     11610.2. The Four Stages of Life       11711. The Postmodern Economy: Crisis      12211.1. The Social Changes       12211.2. Financial Crisis        12211.2.1. Income Inequality      12411.2.2. Unregulated Financial Innovation    12511.2.3. Greed        12611.2.4. The Crisis       12611.3. Environmental Crisis       12711.3.1. Unsustainable Consumerism     127

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