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That the mind is to be explained in terms of constitution and milieu is a very old conception. What is characteristic for psychoanalysis is what it regards as biological structure, which environmental influences it recognizes as formative, and how it relates structural and environmental influences to each other. As to the biological structure, a scientific psychology first of all must posit itself within biology. Mental phenomena occur only in living organisms; mental phenomena are a special instance of life phenomena.
It is important to emphasize this, because in what follows it cannot be shown how these insights were gradually built up from experience; they will be presented, rather, in a definite, somewhat dogmatic fashion, which might lead to a misunderstanding of their nature and appear to be purely speculative. Their form of presentation will be a deductive one; actually, knowledge of these principles has been gained inductively, and further inductive scientific research can and may change them. Chapter II THE DYNAMIC, THE ECONOMIC, AND THE STRUCTURAL POINTS OF VIEW MENTAL DYNAMICS MENTAL functions should be approached from the same angle as the functions of the nervous system in general.
Because of the newness of psychoanalytic psychology, we have to clarify first, at least in a sketchy way, the general system by which we shall orient ourselves. These basic principles were uncovered by the laborious empirical method. It is important to emphasize this, because in what follows it cannot be shown how these insights were gradually built up from experience; they will be presented, rather, in a definite, somewhat dogmatic fashion, which might lead to a misunderstanding of their nature and appear to be purely speculative.