While significant progress was made in Chapters 1 through 4 on developing this study’s complex social psychology of globalization, the purpose of this chapter is to go deeper into the more ancient layers of our human psyche to uncover, as best as possible, how the human mind works in regards to its social commitments to itself and others. To do so, we turn to Freud’s core concepts of instincts and drives to understand the unconscious basis for humanity’s struggle with global civil society.