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This paper analyses the most important subjective functions of the Neuroendocrine System from a dynamic perspective. These functions emerge from the interaction of the individuals of different species with their environments. They are phenotypic phenomena, i.e., they have a genetic basis that allows the expression of the neural framework of subjectivity; thus, the contents of the subjective processes depend on the environment or environments the individual interacts with. There is nodoi:10.5354/0719-0581.2002.17211 fatcat:g3wxm4adwfesvnabmohrnhmyda