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Amphiist: May 13, 2020 Analysis of Washington Post article An #amphiist is someone who is not born of royal blood But behaves in a naturally aristocratic manner  (with character, integrity and a minimum of bias) An amphiist is someone who is emotionally intelligent (can see all sides to an issue) An amphiist is someone who […]

Amphiist 74: Individual potential

Amphiist (noun): Someone who sees BOTH sides of issues Believes in reaching their full potential And allows others to do the same Amphiist (noun): Civil rights advocate Amphiist (noun): Philosopher, Historian, Psychologist Amphiistic: (adjective): Emotionally intelligent, naturally aristocratic, self-actualized Or at least trying…     Amphiist (74): Individual potential Editor: Jaclyn Holland-Strauss                 Worldview @ […]

Amphiist 14: Carlyle’s Natural aristocracy, Mayer and Salovey’s emotional intelligence and Maslow’s hierarchy of needs

Everyone acknowledges good and evil But which is which? Amphiist is a Greek word meaning both sides Let’s explore the world of contemporary life Through the lens of non-judgmental analyses of good and evil *The newsletter for the average non-extremist* Contact info: @JaclynHStrauss on Twitter Jaclyn Holland-Strauss on Facebook Amphiist 14: Carlyle’s Natural Aristocracy, Mayer […]