Levels of Existence as Seen by Dr. Clare W. Graves                                   from... "Human Nature Prepares for a ...
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  1. 1. Levels of Existence as Seen by Dr. Clare W. Graves from... "Human Nature Prepares for a Momentous Leap," The Futurist, April 1974 Learning Motivational Specific Means Nature of Problems ofLevel System Thinking System Motivation Values End Values Existence Existence Periodic No conscious value No conscious MaintainingA-N Habituation Automatic Physiological physiological needs system value system Automatic physiological stability Classical Aperiodic Achievement ofB-O conditioning Autistic Assurance physiological needs Traditionalism Safety Tribalistic relative safety Operant Psychological Living with self-C-P conditioning Egocentric Survival survival Exploitation Power Egocentric awareness Achieving ever-D-Q Avoidant learning Absolutistic Security Order, meaning Sacrifice Salvation Saintly lasting peace of mind Adequacy, Conquering theE-R Expectancy Multiplistic Independence competency Scientism Materialism Materialistic physical universe Living with theF-S Observational Relativistic Affiliation Love, affiliation Sociocentricity Community Personalistic human element All learning systems Restoring viability toG-T open Systemic Existential Self-worth Accepting Existence Cognitive a disordered world All learning systems Accepting existentialH-U open Differential Experience ?????? Experiencing Communion Experientialistic dichotomies To order a reprint of the entire Futurist article or further information, contact NVC Consulting, Santa Barbara CA 93140 copyright © 2001 NVC Consulting The Clare W. Graves Website

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