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Psychology is an exact natural science, the Moral Science 

The discovery of the scientific unconscious

Dr Albert Levis in his Conflict Analysis, the Formal Theory of Behavior studying the orderly organization of emotions in patterns that are repeated in the Greek Creation stories postulated that the unconscious is a conflict resolution process, an emotional dialectic. He identified this as a natural science phenomenon abiding by the laws of two natural science equilibrial phenomena, the Simple Harmonic Motion and the Trays of a Scale. The validated concept confirmed the Formal Theory as the Science of Conflict Resolution or the Moral Science. 

The unconscious emotional dialectic is the universal  structure of the thought process as an adaptive conflict resolving mechanism. It consists of a six role state syndromal totality guided by three formal equilibrial operations: passivity is transformed to activity, antagonism to cooperation and alienation to mutual respect. This entity is the unit of the social sciences integrating the disciplines of psychology providing definitive innovations in the field of the social sciences:

First: A new epistemology, see the Formal Analysis Profile,

Second: Four wellness diagnostic categories: the relational modalities, see..

Third: A new type of diagnostic, therapeutic and educational psycho-assessment: the Conflict Analysis Battery

Fourth: Clarity on moral values as the guiding principles of conflict resolution

Fifth: A concise and comprehensive program of moral and emotional education: Creativity and Power Management

About religions as forerunners of the Moral Science

Religions represent partial and complementary discoveries of conflict resolution by advancing norms regulating domestic relations. But instead of attributing these discoveries to the psychic process, they have projectively ascribed them to external authorities, divinities. 

In the course of the history of civilization religions have evolved in fairness of conflict resolutions and they have evolved advancing increasingly abstract redefinitions of the divine. Family relations evolved from cruel matriarchy and paranoid patriarchy, through the monotheistic father son covenant to the messianic mother child alliances and then to political atheistic ideologies. Gods evolved from polytheism to monotheism and then to atheistic philosophies of life attributed to science.

About education focusing on a shift of paradigms from the content to the process

Revamping psychology into an exact moral or conflict resolution science enables education to shift paradigms from the focus on the content of stories to the universal process, the plot of stories. This shift allows it to deliver its three traditional objectives: the bridging of the humanities and the sciences, self-knowledge and clarity of moral values. Creativity and power management is a model concise program of emotional education, which uses creativity as educational exhibits and as exercises tapping creativity for self discovery, helping to make the person conscious of their unconscious thus effectively delivering personal insights, enlightenment and wisdom.

On political reform: the challenge of enforcing a shift of paradigms

The world to achieve peace, as reduction of conflict, needs to deal with religions as demystified natural science measurable phenomena.  The world must curb the immense and adverse conflict inducing power of religions in two ways, through education on the Moral Science pursuing the civil right for emotional literacy, evolving awareness of the formal interpretation of metaphors,  demystifying religions, and second, through legal activism by suing religious institutions as misleading belief systems harming the naive consumers. They promote partial truths as universal ones resulting in the contemporary intense cultural conflicts. The civil authorities must take the initiative to make religions accountable to natural laws, and promote morality and spirituality by honoring creativity as the universal harmonic.