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  • IS NEOHUMANIST EDUCATION PLAUSIBLE?

     IS NEOHUMANIST EDUCATION PLAUSIBLE? The Alternative Futures of Neohumanism and Neohumanist Education Sohail Inayatullah Is Neohumanist Education a plausible future? The weights are certainly stacked against an alternative future that challenges the status quo of student preparation for global competitive capitalism or national economic development and identity …

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  • The Power of an Idea

    The Power of an Idea Marcus Bussey Twenty years has passed since Shrii Prabhat Rainjan Sarkar (1921-1990) proposed the integrated system of education we call Ananda Marga Gurukula (AMGK). Typically Shrii P.R. Sarkar chose to use the ancient and culturally layered term Gurukula to describe …

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  • Education and Neohumanism

    Education and Neohumanism By Shrii Prabhat Rainjan Sarkar 25 May 1985, Calcutta. Published in: A Few Problems Solved Part 5 You know, it is the inherent nature of all living beings to expand their physical arena, and for this purpose, rather, because of this fundamental …

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  • What is Neohumanism?

    What is Neohumanism? Keynote Speech given at 25th Anniversary Fundraising Gala for the Progressive School of Long Island, April 21, 2010 by PSOLI Graduate Amal Jacobson Tonight I was asked to give a speech on Neohumanism, but that of course leads us to the obvious …

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  • What is the Foundational Layer of NHE?

    What is the Foundational Layer of NHE? By Eric Jacobson Neohumanism is the foundational layer of our education movement. As such, we must strive for a deeper and more complete understanding of that layer. And as we achieve that understanding, we must then be able …

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  • On Ethical Dilemmas

    On Ethical Dilemmas By Dada Shambhushivananda from Wisdom and Mystical Verses of Sanor You have asked me, dear one, What is an ‘appropriate’ action? It is indeed a difficult query. Appropriateness carries within itself the freedom of choice, of being able to say yes or …

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  • Humanism and Neohumanism: Towards a New Renaissance

    Humanism and Neohumanism: Towards a New Renaissance Presented at the NHE Global Conference in Australia By Dr. Marcus Bussey Humanism was a European intellectual movement that emerged in Italy in the middle of the 14th Century. A number of cities became centres of great intellectual …

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  • Cultural Empowerment and Dogmatic Traditions

    Cultural Empowerment and  Dogmatic Traditions A Perspective  By Dada Shambhushivananda Cultural traditions are favorite and trendy. It is considered progressive to legitimize cultural diversities. Rightly so. All humans have their own way to dress, eat, laugh, sing, celebrate etc. Each human being needs the psychic …

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  • Climbing the Bliss Pyramid

    Climbing the Bliss Pyramid An integrated perspective on self and society by Dada Shambhushivananda Knowingly or unknowingly, every living being on this earth longs for pleasure, happiness and bliss. Human beings want and crave for them even more so. Despite our innate endeavors to achieve …

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  • A Spiritual Education for the Child’s Personality Development

    A Spiritual Education for the Child’s Personality Development Dada Caetanyananda’s workshop at the NHE Summit was on “A Spiritual Education for the Child’s Personality Development”. Below are some notes from his talk followed by the introduction to one of his books “How to Develop a …

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