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The earlier an idea in the Torah is presented, the more primary it is

I remember hearing or reading once that ideas/lessons taught early on in the Torah (she'biksav), say in Be'reishis, are more primary ideas than those that are presented later on.

My question is, does anyone have a source for this idea? (It might have been said in the name of Rav Tzadok HaKohen, I don't remember.)