Human Internal States

Human internal states can be abstracted and explained in many ways. Much of the Philosophy of Mind wishes to explain the relationship of the human consciousness to the body and how that effects us. This is not that. This is an abstracting layer above the Philosophy of Mind that wishes to give us meaningful interpretation of the mind and its faculties. These interpretations are far from unique and are what I use to define the internal state of being that I hold.

Breaking Down the internal world

From my observations, the mind consists of three parts. These parts work more as groupings of wants, processes, needs, and feelings rather than parts of their own. This allows for ease of abstraction of said wants, processes, needs, and feelings into easily readable and understandable groups.