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Self-Actualization; Hierarchy of Human Needs
Most self-actualized person mr. schenck knows
Eupraxopher; Free inquiry & Prometheus books
Guru of Public schools; A Common Faith
Princeton consequentialist; Practical Ethics
Father of Analytic Philosophy; Free Mans worship
American astronomer; author of Cosmos & contact
Nihilist philosopher; Parable of madman
Cornell Biologist who denies Free Will
Well known radical behaviorist
Oliver wendell Holmes
Supreme Court Jurist; Clear and Present Danger
Biologist and author of The God Delusion
Former US president who said, "As with communism everywhere, 'Words are one thing; actions another." Later said, "Mr. Gorbachev, tear down this wall!"
Roman Catholic priest who was the most important liberation theologian. He wrote A Theology of Liberation
Communist leader in cuba who said, "I am a Marxist Leninist and I will be one until the last day of my life"
Communist leader in China who said "communism is not love. Communism is a hammer we use to crush the enemy."
Marxist revolutionary of the Cuban revolution. His stylized visage has become a countercultural symbol and global insignia within popular culture.
Russian communist leader in mid 1920s who established a "cult of personality"
German philosopher and major influence on Marx, who taught that religion is a human invention; God is a projection of human potentiality, an expression of our unrealized ideals.
Duke University Professor and co-author of the neo-marxist manifesto, Empire
In the early 1950s the threat of communism created an air of paranoia in the US Wisconsin senator who exploited those fears.
Bolshevik leader of October revolution in Russia (1917). He put Marx's theory into practice.
Cosmic Humanist who is the brother of a Secular Humanist we studied. He authored Brave New World and The door of Perception
New age actress who offers seminars to teach neophytes the path to godhood. Book "Out on a Limb" was made into a movie in 1987.
Guru psychological dream interpretation who believed that dreams come from the collective consciousness
Ralph Waldo Emerson
Famous 19th century lecturer and essayist who began his career as a Unitarian minister and later championed many of the basic tenets of the New Age belief
Indian Medical doctor and "profit" whose teachings have had a profound influence on New Thought Movement. Jesus. A Story of Enlightenment
Politician who wrote a book called Earth in the Balance in which he voices New Age ideas of the divine nature of the earth and the environment. An Inconvenient Truth.
New Age graduate of Silva Mind Control course, world traveler and lecturer who published books Living in the Light and Return to the Garden
Described as the "Emerson of the New Age," he coined the term "Incarnational Spirituality" and believed in a "Lucifer Initiation"
Secular humanist psychologist who is a cross over into Cosmic Humanism with his emphasis on Self-actualization
New age pilot. "Messiah from India" who wrote Jonathan Livingston Seagull
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