The mind as an evolutionary innovation was made possible by a functional change of the brain,
which acquired the ability to communicate within a network, and by a functional change of this network, which facilitated the motivation of the individuals involved and the control of their instincts.
The motivational impulses in the network, which bestow vital energy and without which individuals and social groups are not viable, have been identified as the nucleus of the human mind. The development up to the beginnings of the mind also takes place within the framework of Darwin’s theory of evolution. However, in the end, there is a new stage of existence.
The intellectually gifted human being has emergent characteristics for whose description, beyond biological theory, a separate set of rules is required.