Taking pleasure in one's own thoughts and experiencing joy at
common activities are the major themes of this volume. The
biologist Gerald Huether makes it clear that every living system
can only develop to its greatest possible potential by
participating in a coevolutionary process together with other forms
of life. Put more succinctly: Together we can do more than we can
alone, and together we can regain what makes us living creatures:
creativity, the courage to be ourselves, and the ability to find a
personal answer to the question of the meaning of life. Gerald
Huether infuses the concept of the personal development of
potential in individualized societies with new and exciting
highlights. This capability does not arise from the demands made on
us by our economic system, nor is it based on ethical
considerations and moral imperatives. It is much simpler: It lies
in our very nature as humans.
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