KNOWLEDGE FROM A HUMAN PERSPECTIVE -- AS IF PEOPLE MATTERED!
|PRINCIPLES OF HUMAN SCIENCE|
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New on HumanScience
- Discover the Theory of The Secret, a detailed explanation of why the method described in the best-selling DVD & Book really work
- Read and comment on the concept of Human Science
- Examine the laws of Social Development governing the evolution of human consciousness and social organization and the stages of its progression.
- Peel back the layers of the human onion skin to discover the Dimensions of Personality.
- Jane's Austen's magnificent novel Social Evolution in Pride and Prejudice depicts how England chose social evolution rather than violent revolution like France.
Purpose of Human Science
HS transcends and unifies all the fields of social science and humanities. The objective of HS is to gain insight into the universal principles and processes underlying all fields of human activity and accomplishment -- individual and collective -- political, economic, social and artistic. HS is trying to make conscious a knowledge that humanity already possesses subconsciously. For more information see Human Science:Overview
How you can contribute
This site is intended to provoke thought, invite debate and stimulate original thinking rather than to arrive prematurely at any final consensus regarding the complexities of human existence. Please read Editorial Guidelines to learn about how you can contribute.
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- Entering a comment in the Talk section of any article.
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Where to start
- Learn more about HS
- Explore the Principles, Portals and Projects at the top of this page
- View a List of Existing Articles
- View Editorial Guidelines for how to contribute
- View list of HS:Help Pages
- Use the Central Wikia Tutorial