SOCIOLOGY AND ANTHROPOLOGY—Courses Topics
All courses are based on scientific research done by the Special Scientific Info-Analytical Laboratory—Catalog of Human Souls, which is engaged (since 1975) in decryption of ancient manuscripts, and among them discovered the Catalog of human population. Courses are intended for the general public (18 years of age and older), as well as for specialists and professionals. Contact us to request a live lecture, a webinar, etc. on any of the listed topics (complete list of topics is available here).
SET 1. SCIENTIFIC PSYCHOLOGY AND OTHER SCIENCES.
The Catalog of human population was found. The answer to the question “What is the “soul” (psyche) of a human and what is its structure?” was found since the Catalog of human population was discovered. The basis for cataloging biological type Homo sapiens is the discovery of existence of subtypes (subspecies) within this type (species). At the moment of birth, a person is not “a tabula rasa” (“a blank slate”)—he is born with a subtype program and three manipulation modes of correction of his psychophysiology and behavior. Manipulation modes can also be used to manage a person from the outside. Programs and manipulation modes of each subtype are endemic.
SECTION 3. SOCIOLOGY AND ANTHROPOLOGY. HOMO SAPIENS IS A BIO-ROBOT. SOCIETY AS A COMMUNITY OF MANIPULATORS AND THEIR SUBJECTS.
A human does not exist in this civilization. This conclusion is based on information from a source, which turned out to be the Catalog of human population. The Catalog was created as project documentation, on the basis of which Homo erectus was created. A modern person completely groundlessly took the title Homo sapiens. Homo erectus is a form, which might eventually develop into Homo sapiens, or not develop. For millennia an individual of this civilization is in marginal discomfort due to inability to uncover and realize his psychical structure, which is the root of any problem from the category of “human-society.” With the Catalog of human population any problem from the category of “human-society” is easily solvable. Civilization can think and feel anything it wants about the Catalog of human population—this does not prevent it from existing absolutely autonomously.
1.3.1. Homo “sapiens” is a bio-robot. (Additional sub-topic: Human Programs and Manipulation Modes),
1.3.2. Why with principally identical human psychophysiology qualities of properties are different? 293 subtypes of biological type “human.”
1.3.3. Separation based on natural subtype programs gives an opportunity to discard separation by race and to perceive race only as a minor corrector to a program.
1.3.4. The difference between any representative of modern civilization and a human is the same as between a seed and a tree. From a primitive bio-robot to a human.
1.3.5. Humans did not evolve from apes. Attempts to study the subject of anthropology without the Catalog of human population are nonsense.
1.3.7. Catalog of human population: a new scientific method of gaining knowledge about the initial element of the social structure—a human.
1.3.8. The discovery of natural manipulation modes of Homo sapiens: the problem of how to make any person act, think, live in a certain way is solved.
1.3.9. Practical uses of three individual natural manipulation modes of a person (suppression, balance, and stimulation modes).
1.3.10. Ethics of manipulation. Today, the use of natural human manipulation modes from the Catalog of human population is the only alternative to violence.
1.3.11. Discrimination of any kind is unnatural and anti-natural. Catalog of human population is the source of knowledge without any kind of discrimination.
1.3.12. Any problem from the category “human-society” is easily solvable with the Catalog of human population.