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An interpretation of Maslow's hierarchy of needs, represented as a pyramid with the more basic needs at the bottom.
^ Sex is a natural part of life and included on the bottom rung of Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs ( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maslow%27s_hierarchy_of_needs ).
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^ More people need to study Maslow's Heirachy (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:Maslow%27s_hierarchy_of_needs.png) in my view.
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^ Where as Maslow ranks the higher order needs in a hierarchy, a more recent hypothesis by Manfred Max-Neef sees all needs existing at the same time and there being complex interactions and interrelationships between them.
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[1]
.Maslow's hierarchy of needs is a theory in psychology, proposed by Abraham Maslow in his 1943 paper A Theory of Human Motivation.^ Finnking: Consider "Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs is a theory in psychology that Abraham Maslow proposed in his 1943 paper A Theory of Human Motivation, which he subsequently extended to include his observations of humans' innate curiosity.
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^ Maslow’s hierarchy of needs is a theory in psychology, proposed by Abraham Maslow in his 1943 paper A Theory of Human Motivation” His theory is that to fully “actualize” as a person, to be able to develop fully, a person must be able to satisfy the successive needs on the pyramid.
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^ Maslow's hierarchy of needs.
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[2] Maslow subsequently extended the idea to include his observations of humans' innate curiosity.
Maslow studied what he called exemplary people such as Albert Einstein, Jane Addams, Eleanor Roosevelt, and Frederick Douglass rather than mentally ill or neurotic people, writing that "the study of crippled, stunted, immature, and unhealthy specimens can yield only a cripple psychology and a cripple philosophy."[3] Maslow also studied the healthiest 1% of the college student population.[citation needed]
Maslow's theory was fully expressed in his 1954 book Motivation and Personality.[4]

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Representations

.Maslow's hierarchy of needs is often portrayed in the shape of a pyramid, with the largest and lowest levels of needs at the bottom, and the need for self-actualization at the top, also the needs for people.^ Maslow's hierarchy of needs.
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^ Sex is a natural part of life and included on the bottom rung of Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs ( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maslow%27s_hierarchy_of_needs ).
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^ Nov 06 Miles Wilkerson Psycologist Abraham Maslow asserted that human drives were hierarchical, with physiological needs needing to be satisfied first, followed by Saftey, Belonging, Self-esteem and Self-actualization.

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Deficiency needs

.The lower four layers of the pyramid contain what Maslow called "deficiency needs" or "d-needs": physiological (including sexuality), security of position, friendship and love, and esteem.^ Sex is a natural part of life and included on the bottom rung of Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs ( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maslow%27s_hierarchy_of_needs ).
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^ Nov 06 Miles Wilkerson Psycologist Abraham Maslow asserted that human drives were hierarchical, with physiological needs needing to be satisfied first, followed by Saftey, Belonging, Self-esteem and Self-actualization.

^ Now, going back to his Partner, Abraham Maslows pyramid of human needs.
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.With the exception of the lowest (physiological) needs, if these "deficiency needs" are not met, the body gives no physical indication but the individual feels anxious and tense.^ Even so, that no one feels a compelling need to improve the quality of programmers is amazing.
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^ Once an individual has moved upwards to the next level, needs in the lower level will no longer be prioritized.
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^ If a lower set of needs is no longer being met, the individual will temporarily re-prioritize those needs by focusing attention on the unfulfilled needs.” http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maslow%27s_hierarchy_of_needs .
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Physiological needs

.For the most part, physiological needs are obvious—they are the literal requirements for human survival.^ They need to be short, so make a requirement of 100 words max, and they will be CUT at the 100 word mark.
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^ Most people do not consider the spectrum to be part of a true human existence.
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^ We recognize our own needs, they are our personal requirements and as such a quantifiable design element.
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If these requirements are not met (with the exception of clothing and shelter), the human body simply cannot continue to function.
Physiological needs include:
.Air, water, and food are metabolic requirements for survival in all animals, including humans.^ Therefore societies based on individualism will develop altruistic sentiments as the survival of all humans will be in an individual's best interest.
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^ We still have all the animal emotions and drives required for survival hard wired.
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^ All food sold in the grocery store is required to have nutritional information posted on it.
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.The intensity of the human sexual instinct is shaped more by sexual competition than maintaining a birth rate adequate to survival of the species.^ There are things more important than mere survival and endless chasing of an impossible dream.

^ Neoliberalism desires nothing more than to make labor the focal point of all life and to make all human relations like a business transaction.
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The urge to have sex is so powerful that it can drain psychic energy away from other necessary goals.^ If a player's play style is having a negative effect on the game it more often has to do with such things as cheating, power-gaming and stealing GM attention away from other players.
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.Therefore every culture has to invest great efforts in rechanneling and restraining it, and many complex social institutions exist only in order to regulate this urge.^ Oh, you mean like your argumentum ad populum that goes something like: "Every culture has always believed in a god or gods, therefore god must exist," right?
  • Evolution Fairytale Forum > Is Cristian Faith Blind? 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC www.evolutionfairytale.com [Source type: Original source]

The saying that "love makes the world go round" is a polite reference to the fact that most of our deeds are impelled, either directly or indirectly, by sexual needs.
Mihaly CsikszentmihalyiFlow: The Psychology of Optimal Experience

Safety needs

.With their physical needs relatively satisfied, the individual's safety needs take precedence and dominate behavior.^ Here's what I'm taking away from Maslow; My understanding of Form is addressing our Aesthetic and Esteem needs as described by Maslow And Function is addressing the categories of Safety.
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^ Behavior is basically the goal directed attempt of the organism to satisfy its needs as experienced, in the field as perceived.
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.These needs have to do with people's yearning for a predictable, orderly world in which injustice and inconsistency are under control, the familiar frequent and the unfamiliar rare.^ I’m sure you can see how Maslows hierarchy of needs was a tool cedu used to control people with their system of rewards and punishments.
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^ This may be altruistic, such as saving the world or helping people in need.
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^ At least many of these people had their coupons expire so people who need them can get them.” .
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.In the world of work, these safety needs manifest themselves in such things as a preference for job security, grievance procedures for protecting the individual from unilateral authority, savings accounts, insurance policies, and the like.^ This may be altruistic, such as saving the world or helping people in need.
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^ All of these jobs in building the renewable energy infrastructure would be created by doing all of the work ourselves, and by importing the minimum amount of raw materials necessary.
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^ Now we as good designers need to really challenge all these moments, but often (more than I'd like to think) the conflict is real.
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.For most of human history many individuals have found their safety needs unmet, but as of 2009 "First World" societies provide most with their satisfaction, although the poor—both those who are poor as a class and those who are temporarily poor (university students would be an example)—must often still address these needs.^ At least many of these people had their coupons expire so people who need them can get them.” .
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^ At least many of these people had their coupons expire so people who need them can get them.
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^ Although an altruist thug, but not an altruist human(he is altruist for a thug for giving away his loot to poor people, but he is not altruist for a human because he robs people at the first place).
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Safety and Security needs include:
  • Personal security
  • Financial security
  • Health and well-being
  • Safety net against accidents/illness and their adverse impacts

Love and Belonging

.After physiological and safety needs are fulfilled, the third layer of human needs are social and involve feelings of belongingness.^ Things you need are things you require to fulfill basic human living..

This aspect of Maslow's hierarchy involves emotionally-based relationships in general, such as:
.Humans need to feel a sense of belonging and acceptance, whether it comes from a large social group, such as clubs, office culture, religious groups, professional organizations, sports teams, gangs ("Safety in numbers"), or small social connections (family members, intimate partners, mentors, close colleagues, confidants).^ It's almost mirrored in professional sports teams.
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^ Now, going back to his Partner, Abraham Maslows pyramid of human needs.
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^ In also means sharing with others: family, friends, neighbors, coworkers, church and club members, and even strangers.
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.They need to love and be loved (sexually and non-sexually) by others.^ We want to feel loved (non-sexual) by others, to be accepted by others.
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^ We need to feel loved (non-sexual) by others, to be accepted by others.

^ They need to love and be loved (sexually and non- sexually) by others.

.In the absence of these elements, many people become susceptible to loneliness, social anxiety, and clinical depression.^ Unfortunately, unlike Rearden Steel, these new genetic engineering practices actually ARE harmful, and many citizens cease production and become looters.
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^ You see this most clearly if you deal with a lot of clinically depressed people--time after time after goddamn time, damaged brains get into the same ruts.
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.This need for belonging can often overcome the physiological and security needs, depending on the strength of the peer pressure; an anorexic, for example, may ignore the need to eat and the security of health for a feeling of control and belonging.^ They may also feel the obligation of exchange in a need to repay the kindness of leniency.
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^ They may not be things that need to be overcome, no.
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^ It is often depicted as a pyramid consisting of five levels: the lowest level is associated with physiological needs, while the uppermost level is associated with self-actualization needs, particularly those related to identity and purpose.
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Esteem

.All humans have a need to be respected and to have self-esteem and self-respect.^ Nov 06 Miles Wilkerson Psycologist Abraham Maslow asserted that human drives were hierarchical, with physiological needs needing to be satisfied first, followed by Saftey, Belonging, Self-esteem and Self-actualization.

^ We would like self esteem rather than need it?

^ And, user's desires are not always aligned with their needs, requirements, use cases etc Pauric, With all due respect, I think you're splitting hairs.
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.Also known as the belonging need, esteem presents the normal human desire to be accepted and valued by others.^ Nov 06 Miles Wilkerson Psycologist Abraham Maslow asserted that human drives were hierarchical, with physiological needs needing to be satisfied first, followed by Saftey, Belonging, Self-esteem and Self-actualization.

^ Once you lose the financial security, you can’t be happy as a normal human being whose needs are met.
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^ The desire to help others in plight is not only a human instinct, but morally just.
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.People need to engage themselves to gain recognition and have an activity or activities that give the person a sense of contribution, to feel accepted and self-valued, be it in a profession or hobby.^ It does not come from diluting what you know so other people can feel good about themselves.
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^ It is a question of resources and what I see as giving "false hope" to people who want to contribute.
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^ The sooner alleged Christians come to accept that Gay people are part of God's plan, the sooner they can love their neighbor as themselves as Jesus commanded.
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.Imbalances at this level can result in low self-esteem or an inferiority complex.^ Under capitalism, as the result of the pursuit of self-interest and competition, this limit is continually pushed outward and the level of care for everyone continually improves.
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^ Abraham Maslow's " Hierarchy of needs " would rank this motivation on my part as somewhere in the "esteem" level, which Maslow ranks below the "self-actualization" level.
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.People with low self-esteem need respect from others.^ We would like self esteem rather than need it?

^ And yes I agree with Maslow and other posts - until the basic needs are met, especially security, people cannot be happy.
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^ The gains from the division of labor give to each individual a rational self-interest in the existence of other people and in their individual freedom and right to the pursuit of their own happiness.
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.They may seek fame or glory, which again depends on others.^ They may seek housing that is less expensive, perhaps by renting a home for a lower monthly rate, and this rental home may be one that is equal or higher in quality to the one they left.
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.Note, however, that many people with low self-esteem will not be able to improve their view of themselves simply by receiving fame, respect, and glory externally, but must first accept themselves internally.^ The sooner alleged Christians come to accept that Gay people are part of God's plan, the sooner they can love their neighbor as themselves as Jesus commanded.
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^ However, as I noted in my post # 36 to Sandy, an understanding and acceptance of this diversity is (or could be) the first step to establishing a new set of benchmarks and norms.
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^ However, if you are appalled at the starvation of the everyday Iraqis, why are you not appalled at the people who pushed for the sanctions in the first place?
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.Psychological imbalances such as depression can also prevent one from obtaining self-esteem on both levels.^ Psychological adjustment exists when the concept of the self is such that all the sensory and visceral experiences of the organism are, or may be, assimilated on a symbolic level into a consistent relationship with the concept of self.
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^ What the pyramid suggests is that one’s self esteem and ability to attain self actualization are dependent on ones position among a group.
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.Most people have a need for a stable self-respect and self-esteem.^ If this geek doesn’t wanted to solve all those troubles, most people would change to a more stable OS like Linux.
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^ We would like self esteem rather than need it?

^ As it stands, most people in United States can have their needs met everyday.
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.Maslow noted two versions of esteem needs, a lower one and a higher one.^ The basic concept is that the higher needs in this hierarchy only come into focus once all the needs that are lower down in the pyramid are mainly or entirely satisfied.

^ Here's what I'm taking away from Maslow; My understanding of Form is addressing our Aesthetic and Esteem needs as described by Maslow And Function is addressing the categories of Safety.
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^ My personal laptop has two versions of Linux installed, one for production, one for testing.
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.The lower one is the need for the respect of others, the need for status, recognition, fame, prestige, and attention.^ He posits that one can't progress to the next level in the hierarchy until the needs in the lower levels have been met.

.The higher one is the need for self-respect, the need for strength, competence, mastery, self-confidence, independence and freedom.^ If you search for a game group, and ask for a Narrativist one, you could find yourself in a group with Narrativistic Explorations of happy, constructive, self-confident characters, which you wouldn't enjoy.
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^ Rogers identifies the “real self” as the aspect of one’s being that is founded in the actualizing tendency, follows organismic valuing, needs and receives positive regard and self-regard.
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^ Additionally he defines a healthy personality as one in which the self concept is fully differentiated from other, meaning “self-actualization” is a state of achieving independence and autonomy.
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.The latter one ranks higher because it rests more on inner competence won through experience.^ Understand this:  NO ONE regularly lives on the streets because it is a fun, free experience.....although it IS often a choice to be there rather than seeking a 'shelter'.
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^ I believe that the people that went to Cedu probably had a hard time explaining what they went through to their parents and loved one’s, probably because they weren’t believed.
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Deprivation of these needs can lead to an inferiority complex, weakness and helplessness.
.Maslow stresses the dangers associated with self-esteem based on fame and outer recognition instead of inner competence.^ Maslow popularized the concept of self-actualization, based on his study of exceptionally successful, rather than exceptionally troubled, people.
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^ Abraham Maslow's " Hierarchy of needs " would rank this motivation on my part as somewhere in the "esteem" level, which Maslow ranks below the "self-actualization" level.
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.He sees healthy self-respect as based on earned respect.^ See, in any house where virtue and self-respect abide, the palpitation which the approach of a stranger causes.

^ It’s a tragedy that the “new consumers” in the developing world are basing their sense of self-worth on what they see presented on television and the internet (i.e.
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Self-actualization

“What a man can be, he must be”[6]. .This forms the basis of the perceived need for self-actualization.^ This analysis characterizes the failure as an exclusive focus on helping individuals fulfill their “Deficit Needs”, without moving individuals up the hierarchy to “Being Needs” (self-actualization).
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^ It is often depicted as a pyramid consisting of five levels: the lowest level is associated with physiological needs, while the uppermost level is associated with self-actualization needs, particularly those related to identity and purpose.
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^ Rogers identifies the “real self” as the aspect of one’s being that is founded in the actualizing tendency, follows organismic valuing, needs and receives positive regard and self-regard.
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.This level of need pertains to what a person's full potential is and realizing that potential.^ In order for Linux to actually take a foothold in the consumer world, it needs to be done right by someone… actually taken through a full development cycle and released as a real product.
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^ In a fully congruent person realizing their potential is not at the expense of experiencing positive regard.
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Maslow describes this desire as the desire to become more and more what one is, to become everything that one is capable of becoming.[7]. .This is a broad definition of the need for self-actualization, but when applied to individuals the need is specific.^ This analysis characterizes the failure as an exclusive focus on helping individuals fulfill their “Deficit Needs”, without moving individuals up the hierarchy to “Being Needs” (self-actualization).
  • liamscheff.com – Hidden History, Philosophy, Politics and Culture » What’s a ‘Cedu’? 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC liamscheff.com [Source type: Original source]

^ It is often depicted as a pyramid consisting of five levels: the lowest level is associated with physiological needs, while the uppermost level is associated with self-actualization needs, particularly those related to identity and purpose.
  • liamscheff.com – Hidden History, Philosophy, Politics and Culture » What’s a ‘Cedu’? 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC liamscheff.com [Source type: Original source]

^ Rogers identifies the “real self” as the aspect of one’s being that is founded in the actualizing tendency, follows organismic valuing, needs and receives positive regard and self-regard.
  • liamscheff.com – Hidden History, Philosophy, Politics and Culture » What’s a ‘Cedu’? 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC liamscheff.com [Source type: Original source]

.For example one individual may have the strong desire to become an ideal parent, in another it may be expressed athletically, and in another it may be expressed in painting, pictures, or inventions [8].^ For example, over 400 flood stories from the most widely diverse cultures and locations is a very strong indicator that water has in fact become high.
  • Evolution Fairytale Forum > Is Cristian Faith Blind? 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC www.evolutionfairytale.com [Source type: Original source]

^ They are very happy with what they each grow, and grow enough, and have no interest in getting stuck in this very unfortunately situation (although it may become inevitable if one has a bad crop).
  • Value System: Peak Oil, Gas Prices, Money and The Future 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC valuesystem.livejournal.com [Source type: Original source]

^ Rogers suggests that the incongruent individual who is always on the defensive and cannot be open to all experiences is not functioning ideally and may even be malfunctioning.
  • liamscheff.com – Hidden History, Philosophy, Politics and Culture » What’s a ‘Cedu’? 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC liamscheff.com [Source type: Original source]

.As mentioned before, in order to reach a clear understanding of this level of need one must first not only achieve the previous needs, physiological, safety, love, and esteem, but master these needs.^ Nov 06 Miles Wilkerson Psycologist Abraham Maslow asserted that human drives were hierarchical, with physiological needs needing to be satisfied first, followed by Saftey, Belonging, Self-esteem and Self-actualization.

^ The resource depletion that results from consuming beyond one’s needs is not only unsustainable but, as the author indicates, does not lead to greater levels of happiness.
  • Is It More Important to Be Rich or to Be Happy? | Get Rich Slowly 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC www.getrichslowly.org [Source type: General]

^ You must be the first person I ever met who does not own up to having been lucky enough to find love!
  • Death [Archive] - OccultCorpus 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC www.occultcorpus.com [Source type: Original source]

.Below are Maslow’s descriptions of a self-actualized person’s different needs and personality traits.^ Nov 06 Miles Wilkerson Psycologist Abraham Maslow asserted that human drives were hierarchical, with physiological needs needing to be satisfied first, followed by Saftey, Belonging, Self-esteem and Self-actualization.

^ Maslow popularized the concept of self-actualization, based on his study of exceptionally successful, rather than exceptionally troubled, people.
  • liamscheff.com – Hidden History, Philosophy, Politics and Culture » What’s a ‘Cedu’? 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC liamscheff.com [Source type: Original source]

^ This analysis characterizes the failure as an exclusive focus on helping individuals fulfill their “Deficit Needs”, without moving individuals up the hierarchy to “Being Needs” (self-actualization).
  • liamscheff.com – Hidden History, Philosophy, Politics and Culture » What’s a ‘Cedu’? 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC liamscheff.com [Source type: Original source]

Maslow was a professor of Dr. Wayne Dyer. .Dyer suggests that Maslow taught him two ways of understanding self-actualization: 1) To be free of the good opinion of others.^ I've had good gaming experiences, once running Exalted over two sessions (after that it turned bad), all other times on the internet.
  • [Theory] Is this a true statement? [Archive] - RPGnet Forums 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC forum.rpg.net [Source type: Original source]

^ Maslow popularized the concept of self-actualization, based on his study of exceptionally successful, rather than exceptionally troubled, people.
  • liamscheff.com – Hidden History, Philosophy, Politics and Culture » What’s a ‘Cedu’? 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC liamscheff.com [Source type: Original source]

^ What the pyramid suggests is that one’s self esteem and ability to attain self actualization are dependent on ones position among a group.
  • liamscheff.com – Hidden History, Philosophy, Politics and Culture » What’s a ‘Cedu’? 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC liamscheff.com [Source type: Original source]

.2) To do things not simply for the outcome but because it's the reason you are here on earth.^ You couldn’t get things to work because you tried to do things the “Windows Way”.
  • Why Linux Doesn’t Spread – the Curse of Being Free | Fun Life Development 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC vladdolezal.com [Source type: General]

^ You provided 'proof' that the reason I'm a Christian is because I was raised in a Christian home.
  • Evolution Fairytale Forum > Is Cristian Faith Blind? 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC www.evolutionfairytale.com [Source type: Original source]

^ Following the reasoning, people should have bought (or even pirated) Netscape, simply because “cost”.
  • Why Linux Doesn’t Spread – the Curse of Being Free | Fun Life Development 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC vladdolezal.com [Source type: General]

[9]

Acceptance

.A self-actualized person “can accept their own human nature in the stoic style, with all its shortcomings, with all its discrepancies from the ideal image without feeling real concern”[10].^ Additionally, Rogers is known for practicing “unconditional positive regard,” which is defined as accepting a person “without negative judgment of ….
  • liamscheff.com – Hidden History, Philosophy, Politics and Culture » What’s a ‘Cedu’? 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC liamscheff.com [Source type: Original source]

^ This analysis characterizes the failure as an exclusive focus on helping individuals fulfill their “Deficit Needs”, without moving individuals up the hierarchy to “Being Needs” (self-actualization).
  • liamscheff.com – Hidden History, Philosophy, Politics and Culture » What’s a ‘Cedu’? 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC liamscheff.com [Source type: Original source]

^ I a deeply concerned that not all here realize what is at stake.

.This means that a self-actualized person can clearly see human nature in all its good and evil without the distortion from false social norms.^ I'm sure you have many more friendlier definitions for socialism, but it's really not going to do you any good to say Communism isn't inherently socialist in nature.
  • Inspired by Rand Stereotype, but not true Ayn Rand. [Archive] - 2K Forums 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC forums.2kgames.com [Source type: Original source]

^ This analysis characterizes the failure as an exclusive focus on helping individuals fulfill their “Deficit Needs”, without moving individuals up the hierarchy to “Being Needs” (self-actualization).
  • liamscheff.com – Hidden History, Philosophy, Politics and Culture » What’s a ‘Cedu’? 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC liamscheff.com [Source type: Original source]

^ All this talk about good versus evil, where does knowledge of good and evil come from?
  • Replies to Readers of My Article on the Real Right to Medical Care - George Reisman - Mises Economics Blog 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC blog.mises.org [Source type: Original source]

Maslow uses basic animal acceptance to prove this point. .He states that self-actualized people tend to be good and lusty animals, hearty in their appetites and enjoying them mightily without regret or shame[10].^ Maslow popularized the concept of self-actualization, based on his study of exceptionally successful, rather than exceptionally troubled, people.
  • liamscheff.com – Hidden History, Philosophy, Politics and Culture » What’s a ‘Cedu’? 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC liamscheff.com [Source type: Original source]

^ One thing geeks have never been really good at is people and skills, that is required when trying to develop an interface that works correctly and programs that ACTUALLY work.
  • Why Linux Doesn’t Spread – the Curse of Being Free | Fun Life Development 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC vladdolezal.com [Source type: General]

^ The problem with altruism is that it tends to condemn poor people for pursuing their own "selfish" ends and not sacrificing to the State.
  • Replies to Readers of My Article on the Real Right to Medical Care - George Reisman - Mises Economics Blog 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC blog.mises.org [Source type: Original source]

.This involves a basic acceptance of nature and the way things are rather than trying to change things (for example: disgust with body functions or having a food aversion) to suit one's neuroses.^ I'd rather try and fail, than not try at all.
  • Death [Archive] - OccultCorpus 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC www.occultcorpus.com [Source type: Original source]

^ Rather than focusing on the crappy ones, I'd suggest you think back on that small number of game sessions where you did have fun.
  • [Theory] Is this a true statement? [Archive] - RPGnet Forums 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC forum.rpg.net [Source type: Original source]

^ We turned around, but you were interested in walking along one of the walls, which you tried, but the wall was rather uneven on top, and you were ready to try something else.
  • Value System: Peak Oil, Gas Prices, Money and The Future 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC valuesystem.livejournal.com [Source type: Original source]

.This doesn’t mean these people lack morals, guilt, shame, or anxiety; it means that they have the ability to remove all unnecessary forms of these processes.^ If I can't even get four people to agree on which night they want to play, it doesn't matter what our gaming tastes are.
  • [Theory] Is this a true statement? [Archive] - RPGnet Forums 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC forum.rpg.net [Source type: Original source]

^ When it doesn't work, and those people become disillusioned, you are responsible because you gave them shame instead of hope.
  • Why Is Our Community Silent on ENDA? | The Bilerico Project 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC www.bilerico.com [Source type: Original source]

^ Amon]The people in my town all say they hate me because I am so strange.
  • life help: News! - Help.com 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC help.com [Source type: Original source]

Problem Centering

.Most people, when thinking of problems in their life, focus on what affects them and their own problems and issues; this applies particularly to insecure people.^ QUOTE(JudyV @ Jan 7 2009, 12:43 PM) I'm not one who thinks blind faith is a particularly virtuous quality, and I'm puzzled by people who think it is.
  • Evolution Fairytale Forum > Is Cristian Faith Blind? 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC www.evolutionfairytale.com [Source type: Original source]

^ I think it is because most people find it hard to believe people are still fired and still denied housing for being GLBT..
  • Why Is Our Community Silent on ENDA? | The Bilerico Project 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC www.bilerico.com [Source type: Original source]

^ Despite my own problems in life and sometimes “bad days” I NEVER put the burden of my shit on him and I would NEVER EVER EVER EVEN THINK of sending him off to be raised by other people.
  • liamscheff.com – Hidden History, Philosophy, Politics and Culture » What’s a ‘Cedu’? 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC liamscheff.com [Source type: Original source]

.Self-actualized persons focus not on themselves, but for some greater good.^ This analysis characterizes the failure as an exclusive focus on helping individuals fulfill their “Deficit Needs”, without moving individuals up the hierarchy to “Being Needs” (self-actualization).
  • liamscheff.com – Hidden History, Philosophy, Politics and Culture » What’s a ‘Cedu’? 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC liamscheff.com [Source type: Original source]

^ The higher they fly with their own personal indulgences, the greater the guilt, the more they pay -- with highly publicized good doings for the poor.
  • POLITICO Forums:Congress: 2010: Fight for fickle kids - POLITICO.com 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC dyn.politico.com [Source type: General]

^ Additionally he defines a healthy personality as one in which the self concept is fully differentiated from other, meaning “self-actualization” is a state of achieving independence and autonomy.
  • liamscheff.com – Hidden History, Philosophy, Politics and Culture » What’s a ‘Cedu’? 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC liamscheff.com [Source type: Original source]

.These people attack problems as a “task they must do” and are concerned with “the good of mankind in general”.^ And the problem with that is that people aren't generally paragons.
  • Inspired by Rand Stereotype, but not true Ayn Rand. [Archive] - 2K Forums 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC forums.2kgames.com [Source type: Original source]

^ They were good people.
  • Value System: Peak Oil, Gas Prices, Money and The Future 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC valuesystem.livejournal.com [Source type: Original source]

^ I believe that people are inherently good, or at least that they do what they believe is right, for themselves, their families, and their communities.
  • Value System: Peak Oil, Gas Prices, Money and The Future 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC valuesystem.livejournal.com [Source type: Original source]

[11]

The need for privacy

.The self-actualized can be solitary, with no human contact, and do no harm to themselves.^ That bit of code, that 99% of the reddit readers that like to pass themselves as programmers but actually have no clue what it is doing, shows exactly that.
  • A Guide to Hiring Programmers: The High Cost of Low Quality : programming 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC www.reddit.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ He did this by coining the term “self-actualization” and positing that it was factually a human need in the field of psychology.
  • liamscheff.com – Hidden History, Philosophy, Politics and Culture » What’s a ‘Cedu’? 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC liamscheff.com [Source type: Original source]

.In fact most of the self-actualized like “solitude and privacy to a definitely greater degree than the average person"[12].^ Productivity – In addition to the fact that most business users need tight integration with Outlook, MS Office is actually better than openoffice for a majority of use cases.
  • Why Linux Doesn’t Spread – the Curse of Being Free | Fun Life Development 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC vladdolezal.com [Source type: General]

^ I knew I liked social situations less than others, but I always assumed most people were alone and wanted to be alone the majority of the time.
  • [Theory] Is this a true statement? [Archive] - RPGnet Forums 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC forum.rpg.net [Source type: Original source]

.This gives them a level of detachment and an ability to remain calm and aloof even in situations where a personal problem or misfortune arises.^ This implies that even if the level of exports of the community remained the same, bringing in the same amount of national currency, the amount of national currency leaving the community would be systematically be brought down to match.
  • Value System: Peak Oil, Gas Prices, Money and The Future 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC valuesystem.livejournal.com [Source type: Original source]

^ And even knowing the problem doesn’t help because you don’t let the doctors know everything that has happened to you to give you a proper diagnosis.
  • life help: News! - Help.com 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC help.com [Source type: Original source]

^ Part of the problem arises from the subsidies Western countries give to their inefficient commercial farmers, and barriers placed on imports of agricultural goods into these countries.

Morality and discrimination between means and ends

.Maslow found that those who are self-actualized are very strong ethically.^ Maslow popularized the concept of self-actualization, based on his study of exceptionally successful, rather than exceptionally troubled, people.
  • liamscheff.com – Hidden History, Philosophy, Politics and Culture » What’s a ‘Cedu’? 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC liamscheff.com [Source type: Original source]

^ Those who have been through the truth know that it used imagery to describe ones perfect self as a chrome ball that has been tarnished by painful events and wrongdoings in ones childhood.
  • liamscheff.com – Hidden History, Philosophy, Politics and Culture » What’s a ‘Cedu’? 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC liamscheff.com [Source type: Original source]

^ Love/belonging, esteem, and self-actualization remain elusive under those conditions.

.They have definite moral standards and do not experience the daily chaos of discerning right and wrong like most common people.^ Most people do not like change.
  • Why Linux Doesn’t Spread – the Curse of Being Free | Fun Life Development 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC vladdolezal.com [Source type: General]

^ People are not wrong to fight for their rights.
  • Why Is Our Community Silent on ENDA? | The Bilerico Project 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC www.bilerico.com [Source type: Original source]

^ Right now, the banks most likely have lent as much as they are willing to lend.
  • Value System: Peak Oil, Gas Prices, Money and The Future 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC valuesystem.livejournal.com [Source type: Original source]

[13] When dealing with means and ends they have the ability to clearly distinguish between the two. .Also, Maslow found that they enjoy the means to an end: unlike most people who just see it as a means and want to finish it as soon as possible.^ WHo lost most; the people of the mid east and the people of USA or USA PLC? .
  • Reform at the UN - Have your Say :: Freehootsman.com :: Discussion Community 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC freehootsman.com [Source type: Original source]

^ People who cannot or will not acknowledge that luck do not deserve the success they have achieved in my view...it was wasted on a fool in my opinion.
  • Death [Archive] - OccultCorpus 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC www.occultcorpus.com [Source type: Original source]

^ They help people who cannot help themselves, including those who are stuck in a ditch.
  • Replies to Readers of My Article on the Real Right to Medical Care - George Reisman - Mises Economics Blog 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC blog.mises.org [Source type: Original source]

.For example, driving to a destination annoys most people but a self-actualized person would enjoy the drive, the experience of travel.^ Those are rather unhelpful answers, IMO, and probably what most people would say.
  • [Theory] Is this a true statement? [Archive] - RPGnet Forums 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC forum.rpg.net [Source type: Original source]

^ Here is a radical concept, keeping people fed and comfortable may actually degrade your RPG experience.
  • [Theory] Is this a true statement? [Archive] - RPGnet Forums 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC forum.rpg.net [Source type: Original source]

^ We might argue that they really do have the control if they would just assert it...but if they have no idea what that even means, then that opinion is irrelevant to that persons actual life experience.
  • Death [Archive] - OccultCorpus 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC www.occultcorpus.com [Source type: Original source]

.It is also in their ability to take the most trivial and mundane activities or objects and turn them into a game or perhaps a dance.^ You turn this movement into an object of ridicule when you are not willing to adapt or evolve.
  • Why Is Our Community Silent on ENDA? | The Bilerico Project 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC www.bilerico.com [Source type: Original source]

^ The most obvious, and perhaps the most likely, is forming a world government that had the authority to enact strict protective laws, and in turn provide the means to enforce these laws globally.
  • Value System: Peak Oil, Gas Prices, Money and The Future 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC valuesystem.livejournal.com [Source type: Original source]

^ It would quickly turn into a contest of who could fuck their character up the most.
  • [Theory] Is this a true statement? [Archive] - RPGnet Forums 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC forum.rpg.net [Source type: Original source]

[14]

Sense of Humor

.Maslow discovered that most self-actualized people do not have the same sense of humor as the average person.^ Well the first step in relieving some of the conflict would be getting most people on the same page.

^ They may choose a way of thinking that you consider to be ignorant but most people want about the same things from life at bottom.
  • Death [Archive] - OccultCorpus 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC www.occultcorpus.com [Source type: Original source]

^ It is amazing that any thinking person could actually believe we could visit a politician and beg, persuade, demand or even bribe a change of vote regarding gay people.
  • Why Is Our Community Silent on ENDA? | The Bilerico Project 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC www.bilerico.com [Source type: Original source]

.For example: they do not laugh at hostile humor (hurting someone to laugh), superiority humor (laughing at someone’s short comings), or authority-rebellion humor (laughing at unfunny, smutty jokes)[14].^ If someone comes to me and says that they just had a crap game session, I won't assume it was the social stuff, or the game stuff.
  • [Theory] Is this a true statement? [Archive] - RPGnet Forums 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC forum.rpg.net [Source type: Original source]

^ Damiar the Wolf 08-09-2006, 11:14 PM If someone comes to me and says that they just had a crap game session, I won't assume it was the social stuff, or the game stuff.
  • [Theory] Is this a true statement? [Archive] - RPGnet Forums 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC forum.rpg.net [Source type: Original source]

^ For example, a hungry person who steals food from someone who actually earned the food they have.
  • Replies to Readers of My Article on the Real Right to Medical Care - George Reisman - Mises Economics Blog 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC blog.mises.org [Source type: Original source]

.A self-actualizing person’s sense of humor relates to philosophy and finding humor in humans who forget their place in the universe or when they act foolishly.^ All of this has dramatic implications for Obama, who may find over time that his legions of followers were easier to gather than they are to keep.
  • POLITICO Forums:Congress: 2010: Fight for fickle kids - POLITICO.com 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC dyn.politico.com [Source type: General]

^ Psychologically, they may effectively be losing a sense of who they are and hence fearing total annihilation of the self.
  • liamscheff.com – Hidden History, Philosophy, Politics and Culture » What’s a ‘Cedu’? 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC liamscheff.com [Source type: Original source]

^ Potential moviegoers who loved the advertising campaign can be turned off in seconds as they find out their peers didn’t like the first screening.
  • POLITICO Forums:Congress: 2010: Fight for fickle kids - POLITICO.com 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC dyn.politico.com [Source type: General]

.It doesn’t attack people, rather states a message that happens to be funny.^ People are getting upset but the state-run media down plays what is happening at these townhall meetings--they report that they are just angry tea party people.
  • POLITICO Forums:Congress: 2010: Fight for fickle kids - POLITICO.com 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC dyn.politico.com [Source type: General]

.Self-actualized people don’t merely tell jokes to laugh, but to send a message or educate; “akin to parables or fables”[14].^ And that's pretty self explanatory (Basically, if people refuse to stop doing dysfunctional things, don't play with them).
  • [Theory] Is this a true statement? [Archive] - RPGnet Forums 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC forum.rpg.net [Source type: Original source]

^ Cooperation Radar] Send a message back in time [2 posts] What do we tell 2008?

^ I’ll tell you why people don’t switch.
  • Why Linux Doesn’t Spread – the Curse of Being Free | Fun Life Development 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC vladdolezal.com [Source type: General]

Imperfections

.Discussion thus far may give the impression that a self-actualized person seems perfect and above any problems or shortcomings of the common man, but this is not true.^ One alternative may be for these students to pool their pizza money for one night and find one homeless person in their community and actually work with him or her until that person has been helped.  .
  • Why You Can't "Experience" Homelessness in One Night | End Homelessness | Change.org 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC homelessness.change.org [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ I like Mises.org for the economic critiques of the state, but I think the people here take individual freedom way too far and trust the common man way too much.
  • Replies to Readers of My Article on the Real Right to Medical Care - George Reisman - Mises Economics Blog 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC blog.mises.org [Source type: Original source]

^ It also seems to me to be a very *subjective* definition of self-interest, while the "common sense" definition seems more *objective*.
  • Replies to Readers of My Article on the Real Right to Medical Care - George Reisman - Mises Economics Blog 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC blog.mises.org [Source type: Original source]

Maslow even states it is a mistake to wish for perfection or expect perfection because it cannot be obtained[15]. .The self-actualized person also has basic human imperfections such as wasteful habits, vanity, pride, partiality to their family and friends, and temper outbursts.^ When the person is forced to denounce friends and family, it both destroys their sense of identity and reinforces feelings of guilt.
  • liamscheff.com – Hidden History, Philosophy, Politics and Culture » What’s a ‘Cedu’? 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC liamscheff.com [Source type: Original source]

^ The best sales person isn’t the technical one; it is a family member or friend with average abilities.
  • Why Linux Doesn’t Spread – the Curse of Being Free | Fun Life Development 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC vladdolezal.com [Source type: General]

^ He did this by coining the term “self-actualization” and positing that it was factually a human need in the field of psychology.
  • liamscheff.com – Hidden History, Philosophy, Politics and Culture » What’s a ‘Cedu’? 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC liamscheff.com [Source type: Original source]

.Maslow also discovers that, in the view of normal society, self-actualizing persons can appear quite ruthless.^ Maslow popularized the concept of self-actualization, based on his study of exceptionally successful, rather than exceptionally troubled, people.
  • liamscheff.com – Hidden History, Philosophy, Politics and Culture » What’s a ‘Cedu’? 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC liamscheff.com [Source type: Original source]

^ Additionally he defines a healthy personality as one in which the self concept is fully differentiated from other, meaning “self-actualization” is a state of achieving independence and autonomy.
  • liamscheff.com – Hidden History, Philosophy, Politics and Culture » What’s a ‘Cedu’? 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC liamscheff.com [Source type: Original source]

^ Abraham Maslow's " Hierarchy of needs " would rank this motivation on my part as somewhere in the "esteem" level, which Maslow ranks below the "self-actualization" level.
  • Value System: Peak Oil, Gas Prices, Money and The Future 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC valuesystem.livejournal.com [Source type: Original source]

.He attributes this to their strength and this makes it possible to make cold calculated decisions based on logic.^ A politician will make that decision based on one of a few things: 1) what the politician personally believes.
  • Why Is Our Community Silent on ENDA? | The Bilerico Project 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC www.bilerico.com [Source type: Original source]

^ This reminds me of number of current examples, where people believe they have money, and make decisions based on that, but then discover that their "money" had no backing, and was not money at all.
  • Value System: Peak Oil, Gas Prices, Money and The Future 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC valuesystem.livejournal.com [Source type: Original source]

.For example a man who found his life-long, trusted friend was actually dishonest would end the friendship abruptly without any regret or any other emotional pangs[16] (Maslow 229).^ I had a friend die a few years back who somehow managed to come back to life after having been pronounced dead for 7 or 8 minutes.
  • Death [Archive] - OccultCorpus 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC www.occultcorpus.com [Source type: Original source]

^ Anyone who would use a product that demands they purchase two other products in order for the first product to work…they are a business mans dream come true.
  • Why Linux Doesn’t Spread – the Curse of Being Free | Fun Life Development 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC vladdolezal.com [Source type: General]

^ Abraham Maslow's " Hierarchy of needs " would rank this motivation on my part as somewhere in the "esteem" level, which Maslow ranks below the "self-actualization" level.
  • Value System: Peak Oil, Gas Prices, Money and The Future 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC valuesystem.livejournal.com [Source type: Original source]

.This may seem brutal to the common man, but it just exemplifies the strength of the self-actualized person at work.^ We might argue that they really do have the control if they would just assert it...but if they have no idea what that even means, then that opinion is irrelevant to that persons actual life experience.
  • Death [Archive] - OccultCorpus 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC www.occultcorpus.com [Source type: Original source]

^ Just because Orwell had a preference for isolated socialist policies within society, that doesn't actually mean he thought they'd work in the long run.
  • Inspired by Rand Stereotype, but not true Ayn Rand. [Archive] - 2K Forums 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC forums.2kgames.com [Source type: Original source]

^ It also seems to me to be a very *subjective* definition of self-interest, while the "common sense" definition seems more *objective*.
  • Replies to Readers of My Article on the Real Right to Medical Care - George Reisman - Mises Economics Blog 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC blog.mises.org [Source type: Original source]

The desires to Know and to Understand

.This becomes the need after a person achieves self-actualization.^ This analysis characterizes the failure as an exclusive focus on helping individuals fulfill their “Deficit Needs”, without moving individuals up the hierarchy to “Being Needs” (self-actualization).
  • liamscheff.com – Hidden History, Philosophy, Politics and Culture » What’s a ‘Cedu’? 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC liamscheff.com [Source type: Original source]

^ It is often depicted as a pyramid consisting of five levels: the lowest level is associated with physiological needs, while the uppermost level is associated with self-actualization needs, particularly those related to identity and purpose.
  • liamscheff.com – Hidden History, Philosophy, Politics and Culture » What’s a ‘Cedu’? 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC liamscheff.com [Source type: Original source]

^ Rogers identifies the “real self” as the aspect of one’s being that is founded in the actualizing tendency, follows organismic valuing, needs and receives positive regard and self-regard.
  • liamscheff.com – Hidden History, Philosophy, Politics and Culture » What’s a ‘Cedu’? 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC liamscheff.com [Source type: Original source]

.Maslow understands the quest for knowledge can be the common man simply filling a basic need or the self-actualized man reaching his pinnacle, but these are only parts to the quest for knowledge not the entire picture.^ Nov 06 Miles Wilkerson Psycologist Abraham Maslow asserted that human drives were hierarchical, with physiological needs needing to be satisfied first, followed by Saftey, Belonging, Self-esteem and Self-actualization.

^ Maslow popularized the concept of self-actualization, based on his study of exceptionally successful, rather than exceptionally troubled, people.
  • liamscheff.com – Hidden History, Philosophy, Politics and Culture » What’s a ‘Cedu’? 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC liamscheff.com [Source type: Original source]

^ This analysis characterizes the failure as an exclusive focus on helping individuals fulfill their “Deficit Needs”, without moving individuals up the hierarchy to “Being Needs” (self-actualization).
  • liamscheff.com – Hidden History, Philosophy, Politics and Culture » What’s a ‘Cedu’? 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC liamscheff.com [Source type: Original source]

The list below shows Maslow’s examples of when the quest for knowledge is to satisfy merely a curiosity and not merely to fill a lesser need:
  1. Something like human curiosity can easily be observed in the higher animals. .The monkey will pick things apart, will poke his finger into holes, will explore in all sorts of situations where it is improbable that hunger, fear, sex, comfort status, etc., are involved.^ The house is dusted, all things fly into their places, the old coat is exchanged for the new, and they must get up a dinner if they can.

    ^ Laura Weeks Says: May 1st, 2008 at 2:21 PM CEDU is place where all my childhood fears turned into reality.
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    ^ The really interesting thing I learned from this thread is that Cheetoism, apart from the subsection that says "Ignore all theory", is like 100% compatible with The Big Model.
    • [Theory] Is this a true statement? [Archive] - RPGnet Forums 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC forum.rpg.net [Source type: Original source]

    .Harlow's experiments (174) have amply demonstrated this in an acceptably experimental way.
  2. The history of mankind supplies us with a satisfactory number of instances in which man looked for facts and created explanations in the face of the greatest danger, even to life itself.^ Like many families, we lack the financial security and family support that would prevent us from facing homelessness were we to miss even a single paycheck.
    • Why You Can't "Experience" Homelessness in One Night | End Homelessness | Change.org 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC homelessness.change.org [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

    ^ We might argue that they really do have the control if they would just assert it...but if they have no idea what that even means, then that opinion is irrelevant to that persons actual life experience.
    • Death [Archive] - OccultCorpus 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC www.occultcorpus.com [Source type: Original source]

    .There have been innumerable humbler Galileos.
  3. Studies of psychologically healthy people indicate that they are, as a defining characteristic, attracted to the mysterious, to the unknown, to the chaotic, unorganized, and unexplained.^ Hopefully, there are intelligent enough people in charge to indicate the somber nature of the event and to prompt those in attendance to share their stories.
    • Why You Can't "Experience" Homelessness in One Night | End Homelessness | Change.org 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC homelessness.change.org [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

    ^ People are just way too into “the value of a dollar” that they don’t see that there is value in a thing with or without the dollar.
    • Why Linux Doesn’t Spread – the Curse of Being Free | Fun Life Development 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC vladdolezal.com [Source type: General]

    ^ And there is another problem: the Linux people are blind, and instead of improve Linux they use all of their energy to reply comments such this one.
    • Why Linux Doesn’t Spread – the Curse of Being Free | Fun Life Development 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC vladdolezal.com [Source type: General]

    .This seems to be a Per se attractiveness; these areas are in themselves and of their own right interesting.^ Particularly in the area of rights, where a Christian might maintain that particular rights are important, while a non-believer might claim a similar importance that the rights are not allowed, so I was interested in that part of it.
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    ^ As long as large interests and companies influence these decisions they will be in there own interests and not directly for the betterment of the world.
    • Reform at the UN - Have your Say :: Freehootsman.com :: Discussion Community 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC freehootsman.com [Source type: Original source]

    ^ The gains from the division of labor give to each individual a rational self-interest in the existence of other people and in their individual freedom and right to the pursuit of their own happiness.
    • Replies to Readers of My Article on the Real Right to Medical Care - George Reisman - Mises Economics Blog 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC blog.mises.org [Source type: Original source]

    .The contrasting reaction to the well known is one of boredom.
  4. It may be found valid to extrapolate from the psychopathological.^ ""Universalism is a fiction, it may well have been an aspiration of the founding fathers of the US but ask any Native American or African American about its application at home.""
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    ^ A bit later, you ended up finding one that also looked like a fossil, and we found a nice piece of "sea" glass as well.
    • Value System: Peak Oil, Gas Prices, Money and The Future 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC valuesystem.livejournal.com [Source type: Original source]

    ^ Universalism is a fiction, it may well have been an aspiration of the founding fathers of the US but ask any Native American or African American about its application at home.
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    .The compulsive-obsessive neurotic (and neurotic in general), Goldstein's brain-injured soldiers, Maier's fixated rats (285), all show (at the clinical level of observation) a compulsive and anxious clinging to the familiar and a dread of the unfamiliar, the anarchic, the unexpected, the un-domesticated.^ SHOW ALL Search Search By Forum Quarantine Ravenous Power Struggle Outlaw Planet Generation Exile 21st Century Ideas By Date .

    .On the other hand, there are some phenomena that may turn out to nullify this possibility.^ I submit that Apple may have turned out better without the iPod.
    • Confirmed Intel delay will push back MacBook overhauls [Archive] - AppleInsider 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC forums.appleinsider.com [Source type: General]

    ^ While gaming with some other people who maybe aren't as close works out a lot better.
    • [Theory] Is this a true statement? [Archive] - RPGnet Forums 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC forum.rpg.net [Source type: Original source]

    ^ But isn't it entirely possible - even likely - that there are some Senators who may oppose the legislation for one reason or another, but who also feel that the legislation should be voted on and not bottled up by a filibuster?
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    .Among these are forced unconventionality, a chronic rebellion against any authority whatsoever, Bohemianism, the desire to shock and to startle, all of which may be found in certain neurotic individuals, as well as in those in the process of deacculturation.^ In those moments of light amongst the darkness, they may well feel a deep sense of gratitude, even though it is their torturer who is offering the ‘kindness’.
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    ^ The individual instructors change frequently, and he found out the swap-out instructors are processed on the same social security number and paid through a wolf(long story).

    ^ Rogers suggests that the incongruent individual who is always on the defensive and cannot be open to all experiences is not functioning ideally and may even be malfunctioning.
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    Perhaps also relevant here are the perseverative detoxifications described in Chapter 10, which are, behaviorally at any rate, an attraction to the dreadful, to the not understood and to the mysterious.
  5. Probably there are true psychopathological effects when the cognitive needs are frustrated (295, 314). The following clinical impression are also pertinent.
  6. I have seen a few cases in which it seemed clear to me that the pathology (boredom, loss of zest in life, self-dislike, general depression of the bodily functions, steady deterioration of the intellectual life, of tastes, etc.)8 were produced in intelligent people leading stupid lives in stupid jobs. .I have at least one case in which the appropriate cognitive therapy (resuming parttime studies, getting a position that was more intellectually demanding, insight) removed the symptoms.^ If you can pay money to mitigate serious and probable risks while still getting extra bang for buck for that money, that's the bestest possible position ever, and in this case you really want to pay.
    • A Guide to Hiring Programmers: The High Cost of Low Quality : programming 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC www.reddit.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

    ^ If people want to use a system that demands they purchase/use at least two other applications so the one they already purchased (stole) will work, I say let them.
    • Why Linux Doesn’t Spread – the Curse of Being Free | Fun Life Development 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC vladdolezal.com [Source type: General]


    I have seen many women, intelligent, prosperous, and unoccupied, slowly develop these same symptoms of intellectual inanition. .Those who followed my recommendation to immerse themselves in something worthy of them showed improvement or cure often enough to impress me with the reality of the cognitive needs.^ It's something I really have to work at, and it's a worthy effort.

    ^ Most people are content with windows, even if it really annoys them, and aren’t proactive enough to go “this isn’t good enough, I am going to get something better”.
    • Why Linux Doesn’t Spread – the Curse of Being Free | Fun Life Development 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC vladdolezal.com [Source type: General]

    ^ They help people who cannot help themselves, including those who are stuck in a ditch.
    • Replies to Readers of My Article on the Real Right to Medical Care - George Reisman - Mises Economics Blog 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC blog.mises.org [Source type: Original source]

    .In those countries in which access to the news, to information, and to the facts were cut off, and in those where official theories were profoundly contradicted by obvious facts, at least some people responded with generalized cynicism, mistrust of all values, suspicion even of the obvious, a profound disruption of ordinary interpersonal relationships, hopelessness, loss of morale, etc.^ I do think I have inspired at least some people, even if you disagree.
    • Why Is Our Community Silent on ENDA? | The Bilerico Project 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC www.bilerico.com [Source type: Original source]

    ^ I’ve seen puts the people not understanding it either not paying attention to even one of the commercials or news reports, or having a physical or mental problem getting the information(by this I mean to cover the elderly, those not watching TV, blind, etc) I just can’t think of a way to show people what they need to do, if anything, to keep their TVs going.
    • DTV Transition Shows Confusion Between Competing Views ~ Revelations From An Unwashed Brain 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC www.lockergnome.com [Source type: General]

    ^ So it seems that death, inadequacy to > survive, and all the suffering connected with those two facts, is part > of the process of evolution.
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    .Others seem to have responded in the more passive direction with dullness, submission, loss of.^ It seems to me that politics inevitably drifts in one direction -- toward more state control -- until a revolution occurs.
    • Replies to Readers of My Article on the Real Right to Medical Care - George Reisman - Mises Economics Blog 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC blog.mises.org [Source type: Original source]

    ^ This all seems to be a very elaborate way to say that people should not be forced by the government to pay money to help other people, which is still a very simple way of puting the issue, but more direct.
    • Replies to Readers of My Article on the Real Right to Medical Care - George Reisman - Mises Economics Blog 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC blog.mises.org [Source type: Original source]

    ^ It seems > more likely that the evolution of the hominid body was a chemical > process, not a spiritual one, in other words, it involved *only* > matter, and not suffering souls.
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    capacity, coarctation, and loss of initiative.
  7. .
  8. The needs to know and to understand are seen in late infancy and childhood, perhaps even more strongly than in adulthood.^ As you know here in NJ we are more than likely be decimated by Chris Christie and his henchmen?
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    ^ Perhaps if we understood why discussing Adam Lambert is more interesting than discussing our civil rights, we could shift our emphasis.
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    ^ This ‘knowlege cost’ is much more important than the concept of value – because most everyone who even knows what Linux is knows that the fact that its price does not represent its value.
    • Why Linux Doesn’t Spread – the Curse of Being Free | Fun Life Development 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC vladdolezal.com [Source type: General]

    .Furthermore this seems to be a spontaneous product of maturation rather than of learning, however defined.^ Find messages by this author Omniscience products, omnipotence products, and omnipresence products, the way you have described them, seem more cumbersome to me than useful.
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    ^ February 22nd, 2008 The use of price to judge the quality of a product (rather than any intrinsic measure of quality) is called a Velben Good.
    • Why Linux Doesn’t Spread – the Curse of Being Free | Fun Life Development 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC vladdolezal.com [Source type: General]

    Children do not have to be taught to be curious. .But they may be taught, as by institutionalization, not to be curious, e.g., Goldfarb (158).
  9. Finally, the gratification of the cognitive impulses is subjectively satisfying and yields end-experience.^ They may sell more units at the low end, but the profit is not their.
    • Confirmed Intel delay will push back MacBook overhauls [Archive] - AppleInsider 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC forums.appleinsider.com [Source type: General]

    ^ FuturePastNow 06-28-2008, 12:01 PM They may sell more units at the low end, but the profit is not their.
    • Confirmed Intel delay will push back MacBook overhauls [Archive] - AppleInsider 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC forums.appleinsider.com [Source type: General]

    .Though this aspect of insight and understanding has been neglected in favor of achieved results, learning, etc., it nevertheless remains true that insight is usually a bright, happy, emotional spot in any person's life, perhaps even a high spot in the life span.^ Long life gives me more time to do good and it lets me gain more insight into the subtler realms, perhaps enough to seat my consciousness in the eternal.
    • Death [Archive] - OccultCorpus 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC www.occultcorpus.com [Source type: Original source]

    ^ I think that to say much more in this regard might be felt by you as a personal attack, or even worse than that, advice on how to live your personal life.
    • [Theory] Is this a true statement? [Archive] - RPGnet Forums 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC forum.rpg.net [Source type: Original source]

    ^ We might argue that they really do have the control if they would just assert it...but if they have no idea what that even means, then that opinion is irrelevant to that persons actual life experience.
    • Death [Archive] - OccultCorpus 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC www.occultcorpus.com [Source type: Original source]

    [17] (Maslow 94-95)
.Maslow also states that even though these are examples of how the quest for knowledge is separate from basic needs he warns that these “two hierarchies are interrelated rather than sharply separated” (Maslow 97).^ For example, in their extensive review of research that is dependent on Maslow's theory, Wahba and Bridwell (1976) found little evidence for the ranking of needs that Maslow described, or even for the existence of a definite hierarchy at all.
  • Reform at the UN - Have your Say :: Freehootsman.com :: Discussion Community 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC freehootsman.com [Source type: Original source]

^ RJ Eskow Quarantine 5 raves Do Nothing [4 posts] Let the global pandemics run their course thorn168 Quarantine 0 raves Is ReDS even worse than we though?

^ Rather than framing a Camp-Out for the Homeless event as a "homeless simulation" with movies, pizza, and a festive atmosphere, these events are best done as a somber showing of solidarity.
  • Why You Can't "Experience" Homelessness in One Night | End Homelessness | Change.org 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC homelessness.change.org [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

.This means that this level of need as well as the next and highest level are not strict, separate, levels but closely related to others and this is possibly the reason that these two levels of need are left out of most textbooks.^ As for intelligence, since he advocates "not learning from others" I > don't know how intelligent he could possibly be, since a lot(most?
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^ While gaming with some other people who maybe aren't as close works out a lot better.
  • [Theory] Is this a true statement? [Archive] - RPGnet Forums 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC forum.rpg.net [Source type: Original source]

^ Once an individual has moved upwards to the next level, needs in the lower level will no longer be prioritized.
  • liamscheff.com – Hidden History, Philosophy, Politics and Culture » What’s a ‘Cedu’? 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC liamscheff.com [Source type: Original source]

Comparisons with Taoism and with Zen Buddhism

.There are similarities between Maslow’s hierarchy of needs and the final stages of Taoism and Zen Buddhism.^ Where as Maslow ranks the higher order needs in a hierarchy, a more recent hypothesis by Manfred Max-Neef sees all needs existing at the same time and there being complex interactions and interrelationships between them.
  • Value System: Peak Oil, Gas Prices, Money and The Future 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC valuesystem.livejournal.com [Source type: Original source]

^ I’m sure you can see how Maslows hierarchy of needs was a tool cedu used to control people with their system of rewards and punishments.
  • liamscheff.com – Hidden History, Philosophy, Politics and Culture » What’s a ‘Cedu’? 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC liamscheff.com [Source type: Original source]

^ Maslov - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maslow%27s_hierarchy_of_needs Its about the difference between needs and wants.
  • life help: News! - Help.com 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC help.com [Source type: Original source]

.The similarities deal directly with the higher needs, starting with the self-actualization need.^ This analysis characterizes the failure as an exclusive focus on helping individuals fulfill their “Deficit Needs”, without moving individuals up the hierarchy to “Being Needs” (self-actualization).
  • liamscheff.com – Hidden History, Philosophy, Politics and Culture » What’s a ‘Cedu’? 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC liamscheff.com [Source type: Original source]

^ It is often depicted as a pyramid consisting of five levels: the lowest level is associated with physiological needs, while the uppermost level is associated with self-actualization needs, particularly those related to identity and purpose.
  • liamscheff.com – Hidden History, Philosophy, Politics and Culture » What’s a ‘Cedu’? 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC liamscheff.com [Source type: Original source]

^ Rogers identifies the “real self” as the aspect of one’s being that is founded in the actualizing tendency, follows organismic valuing, needs and receives positive regard and self-regard.
  • liamscheff.com – Hidden History, Philosophy, Politics and Culture » What’s a ‘Cedu’? 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC liamscheff.com [Source type: Original source]

.Maslow regards self-actualizing people as largely free from the power of society’s rules and making decisions based upon their beliefs not the accepted norms of society.^ A politician will make that decision based on one of a few things: 1) what the politician personally believes.
  • Why Is Our Community Silent on ENDA? | The Bilerico Project 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC www.bilerico.com [Source type: Original source]

^ Furthermore they kept us in an environment in which positive regard was highly conditional upon behavior, which Rogers says cannot support self actualization.
  • liamscheff.com – Hidden History, Philosophy, Politics and Culture » What’s a ‘Cedu’? 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC liamscheff.com [Source type: Original source]

^ He says undeveloped self-concept is a result of an environment where positive regard is conditional upon the persons behavior.
  • liamscheff.com – Hidden History, Philosophy, Politics and Culture » What’s a ‘Cedu’? 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC liamscheff.com [Source type: Original source]

.In Taoism and Buddhism people free themselves of worldly possessions, thus freeing themselves from societal pressures and power.^ The only way I’be been able to explain the “free” aspect and get it to work is to say it as “scientific” that some people belive computer science is science, and thus, scientific knowledge should be shared.
  • Why Linux Doesn’t Spread – the Curse of Being Free | Fun Life Development 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC vladdolezal.com [Source type: General]

.The self-actualized person most likely will not have the same freedom from society as the Zen Buddhist or Taoist, but all three beliefs find their “perfect” being as one who is independent and makes decisions based upon nature and not the external authority of society or man.^ All of this has dramatic implications for Obama, who may find over time that his legions of followers were easier to gather than they are to keep.
  • POLITICO Forums:Congress: 2010: Fight for fickle kids - POLITICO.com 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC dyn.politico.com [Source type: General]

^ OS in his mind…but if u make the person use latest fedora and ubuntu like distros without telling him its linux…and telling him its some very expensive new OS and all the benefits…he will surely fall for it…and forget windows!
  • Why Linux Doesn’t Spread – the Curse of Being Free | Fun Life Development 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC vladdolezal.com [Source type: General]

^ Host a conference, organize a group, formalize the beliefs for others to reflect upon, is that all I can do?
  • Value System: Peak Oil, Gas Prices, Money and The Future 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC valuesystem.livejournal.com [Source type: Original source]

[18]

Marketing

.Courses in marketing teach Maslow's hierarchy as one of the first theories as a basis for understanding consumers' motives for action.^ Finnking: Consider "Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs is a theory in psychology that Abraham Maslow proposed in his 1943 paper A Theory of Human Motivation, which he subsequently extended to include his observations of humans' innate curiosity.
  • Reform at the UN - Have your Say :: Freehootsman.com :: Discussion Community 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC freehootsman.com [Source type: Original source]

^ One of the major problems with money is that it is used to motivate unethical, dangerous, or damaging actions.
  • Value System: Peak Oil, Gas Prices, Money and The Future 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC valuesystem.livejournal.com [Source type: Original source]

^ March 3rd, 2008 I absolutly agree, this is one of the first thing you learn on marketing.
  • Why Linux Doesn’t Spread – the Curse of Being Free | Fun Life Development 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC vladdolezal.com [Source type: General]

.Marketers have historically looked towards consumers' needs to define their actions in the market.^ They are the vast majority and they define the marketing of a product based on their needs and DEMAND. Linux still requires some KNOWLEDGE to install and operate.
  • Why Linux Doesn’t Spread – the Curse of Being Free | Fun Life Development 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC vladdolezal.com [Source type: General]

.If producers design products meeting consumer needs, consumers will more often choose those products over those of competitors.^ In order for Linux to actually take a foothold in the consumer world, it needs to be done right by someone… actually taken through a full development cycle and released as a real product.
  • Why Linux Doesn’t Spread – the Curse of Being Free | Fun Life Development 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC vladdolezal.com [Source type: General]

^ It is often depicted as a pyramid consisting of five levels: the lowest level is associated with physiological needs, while the uppermost level is associated with self-actualization needs, particularly those related to identity and purpose.
  • liamscheff.com – Hidden History, Philosophy, Politics and Culture » What’s a ‘Cedu’? 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC liamscheff.com [Source type: Original source]

^ It's a small bit of withdrawal, but damn could I be more productive with those.

Whichever product better fulfils this void will be chosen more frequently, thus increasing sales. This makes the model relevant to transpersonal business studies.

Criticisms

.While Maslow's theory was regarded as an improvement over previous theories of personality and motivation, it had its detractors.^ While Maslow's theory was regarded as an improvement over previous theories of personality and motivation, it had its detractors.
  • Reform at the UN - Have your Say :: Freehootsman.com :: Discussion Community 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC freehootsman.com [Source type: Original source]

^ Maslow’s hierarchy of needs is a theory in psychology, proposed by Abraham Maslow in his 1943 paper A Theory of Human Motivation” His theory is that to fully “actualize” as a person, to be able to develop fully, a person must be able to satisfy the successive needs on the pyramid.
  • liamscheff.com – Hidden History, Philosophy, Politics and Culture » What’s a ‘Cedu’? 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC liamscheff.com [Source type: Original source]

.For example, in their extensive review of research based on Maslow's theory, Wahba and Bridgewell[19] found little evidence for the ranking of needs Maslow described, or even for the existence of a definite hierarchy at all.^ It's all about the hierarchy of needs.
  • [Theory] Is this a true statement? [Archive] - RPGnet Forums 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC forum.rpg.net [Source type: Original source]

^ For example, in their extensive review of research that is dependent on Maslow's theory, Wahba and Bridwell (1976) found little evidence for the ranking of needs that Maslow described, or even for the existence of a definite hierarchy at all.
  • Reform at the UN - Have your Say :: Freehootsman.com :: Discussion Community 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC freehootsman.com [Source type: Original source]

^ Finnking: Consider "Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs is a theory in psychology that Abraham Maslow proposed in his 1943 paper A Theory of Human Motivation, which he subsequently extended to include his observations of humans' innate curiosity.
  • Reform at the UN - Have your Say :: Freehootsman.com :: Discussion Community 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC freehootsman.com [Source type: Original source]

.Chilean economist and philosopher Manfred Max-Neef has also argued fundamental human needs are non-hierarchical, and are ontologically universal and invariant in nature—part of the condition of being human; poverty, he argues, may result from any one of these needs being frustrated, denied or unfulfilled.^ Where as Maslow ranks the higher order needs in a hierarchy, a more recent hypothesis by Manfred Max-Neef sees all needs existing at the same time and there being complex interactions and interrelationships between them.
  • Value System: Peak Oil, Gas Prices, Money and The Future 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC valuesystem.livejournal.com [Source type: Original source]

^ You are omnipotent, and you have decided to insure > > > > that all sentient beings are secure in their basic needs, and no > > > > longer have any need or disposition to seriously harm one another.
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^ What will be done to hold this one nation together as these seeming outside forces begin to rip and tear at the fabric of society, culture, civilization, humanity?
  • Value System: Peak Oil, Gas Prices, Money and The Future 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC valuesystem.livejournal.com [Source type: Original source]

.The order in which the hierarchy is arranged (with self-actualisation as the highest order need) has been criticised as being ethnocentric by Geert Hofstede.^ Where as Maslow ranks the higher order needs in a hierarchy, a more recent hypothesis by Manfred Max-Neef sees all needs existing at the same time and there being complex interactions and interrelationships between them.
  • Value System: Peak Oil, Gas Prices, Money and The Future 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC valuesystem.livejournal.com [Source type: Original source]

^ This analysis characterizes the failure as an exclusive focus on helping individuals fulfill their “Deficit Needs”, without moving individuals up the hierarchy to “Being Needs” (self-actualization).
  • liamscheff.com – Hidden History, Philosophy, Politics and Culture » What’s a ‘Cedu’? 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC liamscheff.com [Source type: Original source]

^ Rogers identifies the “real self” as the aspect of one’s being that is founded in the actualizing tendency, follows organismic valuing, needs and receives positive regard and self-regard.
  • liamscheff.com – Hidden History, Philosophy, Politics and Culture » What’s a ‘Cedu’? 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC liamscheff.com [Source type: Original source]

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He was also heavily criticized for his limited testing of only 100 students.

See also

References

  1. ^ a b Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs
  2. ^ A.H. Maslow, A Theory of Human Motivation, Psychological Review 50(4) (1943):370-96.
  3. ^ Maslow, Abraham (1954). Motivation and Personality. New York: Harper. pp. 236. 
  4. ^ Motivation and Personality, Third Edition, Harper and Row Publishers
  5. ^ Bob F. Steere (1988). Becoming an effective classroom manager: a resource for teachers. SUNY Press. ISBN 0887066208, 9780887066207. http://books.google.es/books?id=S2cwd56VvOMC&pg=PA21&dq=Maslow's+hierarchy+of+needs&lr=&cd=3#v=onepage&q=Maslow's%20hierarchy%20of%20needs&f=false. 
  6. ^ Maslow, Abraham. Motivation and personality. Harper and Row New York, New York 1954 pg 91
  7. ^ Maslow, Abraham. Motivation and personality. Harper and Row New York, New York 1954 pg 92
  8. ^ Maslow, Abraham. Motivation and personality. Harper and Row New York, New York 1954 pg 93
  9. ^ Hay House's "I Can Do It!" 2009 Conference in Tampa, Florida released in theaters as Wishes Fulfilled.
  10. ^ a b Maslow, Abraham. Motivation and personality. Harper and Row New York, New York 1954 pg 207
  11. ^ Maslow, Abraham. Motivation and personality. Harper and Row New York, New York 1954 pg 210-212
  12. ^ Maslow, Abraham. Motivation and personality. Harper and Row New York, New York 1954 pg 210
  13. ^ Maslow, Abraham. Motivation and personality. Harper and Row New York, New York 1954 pg 221
  14. ^ a b c Maslow, Abraham. Motivation and personality. Harper and Row New York, New York 1954 pg 222
  15. ^ Maslow, Abraham. Motivation and personality. Harper and Row New York, New York 1954 pg 228
  16. ^ Maslow, Abraham. Motivation and personality. Harper and Row New York, New York 1954 pg 229
  17. ^ Maslow, Abraham. Motivation and personality. Harper and Row New York, New York 1954 pg 94-95
  18. ^ Chang, Raylene. Characteristics of the self-actualized person: visions from the east and west. Counseling and Values Vol. 36 Number one. Pages 2-10. 1991
  19. ^ Wahba, A; Bridgewell, L (1976). "Maslow reconsidered: A review of research on the need hierarchy theory". Organizational Behavior and Human Performance (15): 212–240. 
  20. ^ Hofstede, G (1984). "The cultural relativity of the quality of life concept". Academy of Management Review 9 (3): 389-398. http://www.nyegaards.com/yansafiles/Geert%20Hofstede%20cultural%20attitudes.pdf. 

External links

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  • A Theory of Human Motivation, original 1943 article by Maslow.
  • Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs, Teacher's Toolbox.^ For example, in their extensive review of research that is dependent on Maslow's theory, Wahba and Bridwell (1976) found little evidence for the ranking of needs that Maslow described, or even for the existence of a definite hierarchy at all.
    • Reform at the UN - Have your Say :: Freehootsman.com :: Discussion Community 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC freehootsman.com [Source type: Original source]

    ^ Finnking: Consider "Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs is a theory in psychology that Abraham Maslow proposed in his 1943 paper A Theory of Human Motivation, which he subsequently extended to include his observations of humans' innate curiosity.
    • Reform at the UN - Have your Say :: Freehootsman.com :: Discussion Community 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC freehootsman.com [Source type: Original source]

    ^ Maslow’s hierarchy of needs is a theory in psychology, proposed by Abraham Maslow in his 1943 paper A Theory of Human Motivation” His theory is that to fully “actualize” as a person, to be able to develop fully, a person must be able to satisfy the successive needs on the pyramid.
    • liamscheff.com – Hidden History, Philosophy, Politics and Culture » What’s a ‘Cedu’? 6 January 2010 8:57 UTC liamscheff.com [Source type: Original source]

    A video overview of Maslow's work by Geoff Petty.
  • A Theory of Human Motivation: Annotated.
  • Theory and biography including detailed description and examples of self-actualizers.
  • Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs, Valdosta.
  • Abraham Maslow by C George Boheree

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