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Authenticity, Autonomy and Altruism: Keys for Transformation.

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The value of authentic knowing, autonomous behavior and altruistic motivation is presented. Authenticity, autonomy and altruism are primary human capacities and keys for individual and collective transformation. Realizing the full development of these three basic potentialities can serve as goals and standards for well-being. Authenticity, autonomy and altruism are described, ways of developing them explored and their role in relationships and classrooms discussed.

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Author:Clarken, Rodney
Publication:ERIC: Reports
Article Type:Abstract
Geographic Code:1USA
Date:Mar 27, 2011
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