Freud, S. (1930). Civilization and its discontents. New York: W.W. Norton.
He proposed that to be human is to work and to love.
From Kellys's article (1994)
"An extension of that proposition is that to be human is to work in productive and worthwhile engagement, to love in relationships of sharing and intimacy, to learn in developmental action, and to be free in expressive activity. Futher, these dimensions of being human are not each confined to a single domain of life: work, the family, the school, or leisure. "
What do you recognise these classical message related to recently livings?
A photo below is presenting how postgraduate students and their mentors scholarly perceived in the World Conference...which gathered a group of human with academic activities...as one example for this note krab!!!
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