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|001 What Is Goodness?||10:39||Download||1,312 KB|
|002 The Thwarted Needs of the Individual||7:10||Download||883 KB|
|003 How We Become Happy||5:28||Download||676 KB|
|004 Human Education||6:36||Download||815 KB|
|005 Associative Learning Is Extrinsic Education||7:48||Download||962 KB|
|006 An Outline of Mankind's Problems||7:49||Download||964 KB|
|007 Social Neurosis and Associative Learning||16:00||Download||1,967 KB|
|008 Self-Development and Self-Fulfillment||5:30||Download||679 KB|
Mark Zimmerman's educational commentary on Singer/Songwriter Jewel Kilcher's quotes from a 1997 interview from Mediadome.com®, and Abraham Maslow quotes from The Farther Reaches of Human Nature.
The Subjects in Lesson Three Are: Abraham Maslow quotes, addiction, adolescent development, Adolf Hitler, associative learning, Cambodia, children, consequences of actions, corporations, drives, education, environmental destruction, The Farther Reaches of Human Nature, fear, France, global warming, good of society vs. what's good for the individual, goodness, Great Britain, Hitler, humanism, humanistic, individual, Jewel Kilcher quotes, Jews of Europe, Joseph Stalin, killing fields of the Khmer Rouge, Abraham Maslow's hierarchy of needs, Nazis, needs, neurosis, nuclear weapons, overpopulation, personal growth and self-fulfillment, Poland, politicians, pollution, poverty, profit motive, Rwanda, Russia, safety needs, satisfaction, social neurosis, society, Stalin, technological society, technology, United States, World War II.
Tracks 1 through 3: An introductory lecture to Emotional Literacy Education with commentaries by Mark Zimmerman on Singer/Songwriter Jewel Kilcher's quotes from a 1997 interview at Mediadome.com®.
Jewel Kilcher was asked, "What do you observe in the people you meet?"
Jewel replied, "I notice everybody wants love, everybody wants to be known as basically good."
"I just live my life, and I want to be a good person. I want to be happy. I want to have peace. I want to feel close to divinity, and those are things we all want."
Tracks 4 and 5: An introductory lecture to Emotional Literacy Education with commentaries by Mark Zimmerman on Psychologist Abraham Maslow's quotes, "If one took a course or picked up a book on the psychology of learning, most of it, in my opinion, would be beside the point - that is, beside the 'humanistic' point. Most of it would present learning as the acquisition of associations, of skills and capacities that are external and not intrinsic to the human character, to the human personality, to the person himself." From The Farther Reaches of Human Nature, by Abraham Maslow, page 162, 1st paragraph.
Tracks 6 through 8: An introductory lecture to Emotional Literacy Education with commentaries by Mark Zimmerman on Psychologist Abraham Maslow's quotes, "Such a goal involves very serious shifts in what we would teach in a course in the psychology of learning. It is not going to be a matter of associative learning. Associative learning in general is certainly useful, extremely useful for learning things that are of no real consequence, or for learning means - techniques which are after all interchangeable....It is important and useful, especially in a technological society. But in terms of becoming a better person, in terms of self-development and self-fulfillment, or in terms of 'becoming fully human,' the greatest learning experiences are very different." From The Farther Reaches of Human Nature, by Abraham Maslow, page 163, 2nd paragraph.
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