Re-reading is so vital for hearing what the author is saying.
I do that with most of the books I’ve read.
…in this pic, do you see the word
Brings to mind the concept Abraham Maslow wrote about in
Towards A Psychology of Being (1962)
I wonder if the acceptance is based on,
Here are some notes on Maslow’s viewpoint
D – is for deficiency
B – is for Being
“the mental action or process of acquiring knowledge and understanding through thought, experience, and the senses”
* everyone is seen in terms of either fulfilling a need (how can I use them)
as a threat to what I have or obstacle to me getting what I want
One image he uses is an insect 🦋 🐜 🐝🐛🐞🕷🦗🦟🦂 collection.
It’s caught, and either pinned to a board, or in its cage, with the other of its species, and named.
Amoung the classifications will be the threat or use to the one collecting them.
B-cognition is seeing everyone as they actually are, without classifying them. He mentions how LANGUAGE takes the concrete and makes it abstract.
As I begin to describe an animal, for instance, you can soon figure out if I need something to eat.
In truth, you can eat a horse. But is that the best use for it? On the other hand… you’re stranded on a deserted island, and come across a herd of horses…