I want to make sure I understand your thinking here. If I am not I am sure you will set me strait.
You are of the belief that psychological laws exist just as the laws of physics do. That is what you have stated. I dismissed the examples that you supplied not the reference materials.
( The article )-most of the other bright boys were happy playing with the
toys set before them ( The laws of physics )but one fellow was not he wanted to know why. The guy even makes reference to his pears not wanting to stretch their minds. These fellows are no doubt a pretty clever group. But they have been compromised by the aging process. This problem of being inflexible is discussed in a book I usually use as a coaster The principals of Logic by Aikins 1904.
Also just so that I am clear on this you believe the three levels deal to be correct.
Jim Callahan firstname.lastname@example.org
Creator of Applied Thought Technologies