Some articles on human potential, potential, humans:
... The Human Potential Movement (HPM) arose out of the milieu of the 1960s and formed around the concept of cultivating extraordinary potential that its advocates believed to lie ... The movement took as its premise the belief that through the development of "human potential", humans can experience an exceptional quality of life filled with happiness ... As a corollary, those who begin to unleash this assumed potential often find themselves directing their actions within society towards assisting others to release their potential ...
... published in 1976, has one volume entitled Yearbook of World Problems and Human Potential, comprising thirteen sections, several of which have not ... the new definitive title Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential. 1), and Human Potential (vol ...
Famous quotes containing the words potential and/or human:
“A child is born with the potential ability to learn Chinese or Swahili, play a kazoo, climb a tree, make a strudel or a birdhouse, take pleasure in finding the coordinates of a star. Genetic inheritance determines a childs abilities and weaknesses. But those who raise a child call forth from that matrix the traits and talents they consider important.”
—Emilie Buchwald (20th century)
“The human race is yet in its infancyno, not infancy; infancy is innocent and sweetit is in its ugly boyhood, half way between the child and the manin a state of semi-barbarism.”
—Anonymous, U.S. magazine contributor. Herald of Progress (no dates available)