i am not well read in psychology, but when I dealt with Sigmund Freud and his Psychodynamic Theories, i couldnt answer a question by myself. Or maybe i dont understand it that much.
My question is based on the definition of superego: "Superego is one outcome of adaptation to the social environment, a product of continuing ego development." (https://www.sciencedirect.com/topics/psychology/superego)
what if i am a human being with no morals? I understand, that humans act according to therese 3 principles in Freuds theory. But imagine someone, who knows that he has no moral standards. Someono who doesnt bind himself to the social morals, rules and obligations. Who just doesnt give a ****. Who is being immoral (from the society perspective). Doing the things as he likes and wishes. So in that case, this person doesnt adapt himself to the social environment. Does that mean, that this human being has no superego?