That What Is - more meaningful

London: Academic Publishers (2019)

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Ulrich De Balbian
Meta-Philosophy Research Centre
Abstract
According to Maslow's Hierarchy of needs, only when lower or basic needs are satisfied will an individual be able to concentrate on higher needs. The motivation for the doing of original and creative philosophizing, theorizing in sciences and original work in disciplines or socio-cultural practices are some of the highest 'needs', values and attitudes. What are the values, attitudes and beliefs that groups of individuals subscribe to and employ to constitute their selves and realities? These things(that individuals experience as it is their nature, their selves, their motivations, values and attitudes) are determined by genotypes, phenotypes, personality-types and other factors.
Keywords values, attitudes, beliefs  constructing realities  intersubjectivity  alternative reallities  intellectual needs  philosophizing  meta-philosophy  social epistemology  social ontology  social metaphysics
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