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|Amindfinds its definitionofitselfnot by confrontation withthingsso much as other |
minds. We are shaped by each other. We adjust not to the reality of a world but to
the reality of other thinkers. When we have finally persuaded and/or badgeredour
|I believe there are a lot of answers surrounding all of us (particularly with the |
presence of the internet), and we need to look around to find what we truly need.
In many ... It is as Joseph Chilton Pierce has said: “We are shaped by each other.
We adjust not to the reality of the world, but the reality of other thinkers.” For me,
|Norman Vincent Peale To live a creative life we must lose our fear of being wrong|
. - Joseph Chilton Pearce We are shaped by each other. We adjust not to the
reality of the world but to the reality of other thinkers. - Joseph Chilton Pearce ...
|We are shaped by each other. We adjust not to the reality of a world but to the |
reality of other thinkers. — Joseph Chilton Pearce For many managers, hiring
and keeping good people is the most difficult and most painful part of the job,"
says Bill ...
|A mind finds its definition of itself not by confrontation with things so much as |
other minds. We are shaped by each other. We adjust not to the reality of a world
but to the reality of other thinkers. When we have finally persuaded and/or
|Nightingale, Earl We are the environment. - Panati, Charles We live in a web of |
ideas, a fabric of our own making. - Pearce, Joseph Chilton We are shaped by
each other. We adjust not to the reality of a world, but to the reality of other
|Throughout this book, Harris argues that there is more to understanding reality than science and secular culture generally allow, and that how we pay attention to the present moment largely determines the quality of our lives.|
|In this spirit, John Brockman, publisher of the online salon Edge.org ("the world's smartest website"—The Guardian), asked 175 of the world's most influential scientists, economists, artists, and philosophers: What scientific idea is ...|
|They interact, in dialogue or in lack of dialogue, with non-Christian traditions, |
whether from other religions or from secular sources. ... process of interaction is
thousands of years old, embracing material from pre-Christian cultures in various
parts of the world. ... and Aquinas come to figure centrally in postmodern debates
around the millennium about truth, reality and desire. ... We are of course aware
that not all Christian thinkers have been theologians but some principle of
selection is ...
|... sometimes unconsciously — to maintain a status quo from which we profit or to |
change a system that oppresses us. ... When providing options for educators we
must keep in mind that moral positions are shaped by men and women, ... The
idea that humans create their own world did not gather force, until championed
by Enlightenment thinkers ... If we are to follow this logic to its end, then we
cannot but conclude that morality, like all other aspects of reality, is a human