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Tongkatali.org - The structure of human needs


By Serge Kreutz


Not the desire to survive, or to preserve one’s existence, is the mechanism that drives life. Life is driven by mechanisms to replicate itself. This applies to the complex human existence just as it does to basic biochemistry. Human existence culminates in relationships motivation, relationships conduct, and relationships satisfaction, all of which are the behavioral representation of mechanisms of replication.

Humans also conduct non-relationships everyday lives. Humans also cope with many conditions that preempt reproductive behavior, or make it difficult. Impairments can be due to health issues, or economic restraints, or social conditions.

All of this is reflected in the structure of human needs.

Relationships needs (basic) – they are the essence of human existence, regardless of the degree, human individuals achieve relationships satisfaction.

Emotional needs (associated) – these are needs that are related to relationships needs, and encompass the need for love and self-esteem.

Social needs (logistical) – humans under normal conditions cannot live alone. Humans need societies for protection and comfort.

Economic needs (logistical) – humans need food, as without it, there isn’t enough existance to pursue relationships needs. In modern societies, economic needs come in many different forms, which, however, are just interpretations of the most basic logistical need for food.





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