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A Pressing Moral Imperative and Emotional Intelligence

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Today’s 3D Eye post is a development of recent thoughts on “emotional intelligence”, and a reminder of what Daniel Goleman said in his seminal book which he simply called Emotional Intelligence. A Pressing Moral Imperative These are times when the … Continue reading

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More Thoughts on Spiritual Intelligence – and Emotional Intelligence

Further quotations from the Dalai Lama: Concern for others’ well-being. There is much confusion, as often among religious believers as among non-believers, concerning what spiritual practice actually consists in. The unifying characteristics of the qualities I have described as ‘spiritual’, … Continue reading

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Citizenship, Empathy and Mutuality.

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Anyone can be a citizen, but what’s involved in citizenship? What sorts of attitudes, skills and abilities are needed for someone to become an active citizen?

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Morals and Ethics in Business

Tim Montgomerie, editor of the ConservativeHome blog, wrote an interesting column in the Guardian recently. He took up a theme that was running in the media all last week – can capitalism have a human face? Is there a possibility … Continue reading

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