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Good Practices
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Good Practices

One of the major needs to emerge from the Second World War was that for good will - the need for us to look in a new way at our self and others, to give expression to a new dynamic and intention and to humanise more our motives. However, the invocation of good will in a vague way may prove an approach which does not produce results. Good will must be both strong and must be specified in aims, while remaining as a general and definitive disposition. For example, what does good will mean on the part of a nation-state towards another nation-state, or, going beyond this concept of the nation-state, towards another political collectivity, when the same fundamentalist reflexes dominate on both sides, in the context of competition, of images of the enemy, of the differing interests and of power?

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PSYCHOLOGY OF INNOVATION PDF Print E-mail
Good Practices

Ilya Prigozine - Photo by WikimediaWe are all impressed by the fact that we were blind to the realities of life before the observation of the unseen daily life and self-evident. Impressed by the way we looked at the world before scientists like Newton or discoveries like the description of blood circulation.
We almost always forget that we see the world through the eyes of people who sacrificed their leisure in order to give answers on questions for which most of us do not care how to answer.

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