Thoughts on the history of communicating the understanding of behaviour
Such thoughts include the thought that such "insight" has always been available, has always been understood, by some throughout our history---but---the means of communicating such understanding in a manner which could be understood to populations at any particular time and culture has only ever been possible via the pre-existing common parlance of that time and culture. ?
The result being that such understanding has been confined to being able to offer "illustrations" of behavioural cause and consequence rather than than what we may now consider to be "explanations" of behavioural cause and consequence ?
So we see historical references to this understanding in allegories, stories, prophecies, predictions etc.
For our part, for our time, it seems that we are now able to add the understanding of realising the difference between historical " illustrations" and on going "explanations". ??