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Human Rights Day, Maslow, Human Needs and Intelligent Responses

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The 1940s are chiefly remembered as a time of war, suffering and austerity. However, we should remember that during that decade some of our best and most creative minds were thinking about and writing about human needs and human rights. … Continue reading

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Neuroscience and the Importance of PSHE

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It’s not very often that neuroscience and PSHE are placed in the same sentence but it’s time to remedy that. The development of neuroscience, and the evidence of how the brain develops in adolescence, adds a strong case for the … Continue reading

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Fully Evolved Human Beings – Are We There Yet?

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This week we have talked about the attributes of fully evolved human beings and how some of our athletes demonstrate many of the qualities that combine towards them becoming “fully actualised” – the development and discovery of the true self. … Continue reading

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Sports, Personalities, Characters, Intelligences

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There was a tremendous amount of interest in this year’s BBC sports review/awards programme last night – “BBC (UK) Sports Personality of the Year” – which was won by the amazing Bradley Wiggins. http://www.guardian.co.uk/sport/shortcuts/2012/dec/17/bbc-sports-personality-of-year-2012-best-moments http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/0/sports-personality/20748902 We’ve written some fulsome praise … Continue reading

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Descriptions of Fully Evolved Humans – Part Three

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This is the final part of our three-part series on the characteristics of those individuals who, through education and through life’s experiences, have highly developed multiple intelligences beyond mere ‘IQ’ – according to psychologist Abraham Maslow. The following descriptors, along … Continue reading

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Descriptions of Fully Evolved Humans – Part Two

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We ended yesterday’s post with the statement that fully evolved individuals – those who have all six of their intelligences highly developed and who can be called “self-actualised” – are less in need of praise, honours, prestige or rewards. We … Continue reading

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Descriptions of Fully Evolved Humans – Part One

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This is the true joy in life . . . being a force of Nature instead of a feverish selfish little clod of ailments and grievances complaining that the world will not devote itself to making you happy. Progress can … Continue reading

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