New World Philosophy for Everyone

The book New World Philosophy for Everyone sets foundations for the future by giving the explanations on the following questions:

  1. How has humankind evolved historically across the globe; 
  2. What is the present state of human development in various cultural zones and societies around the world;
  3. Why and how do democracy, emancipation, and freedom unleash our human potential;
  4. Why and how culture, quality of communication, and internal freedom are also very important for unleashing our potential;
  5. Which social settings inhibited human development in the past and why does expanding victim mentality represent a huge threat to it right now;
  6. Why full emancipation of women is one of the biggest projects of humanity and how to practice it on a very personal level;
  7. The most overlooked the most obvious thing in the world: basic human needs and why not having them satisfied could be considered one of the greatest tragedies in the history of mankind; 
  8. Why familiarizing ourselves with our basic psychological and spiritual needs and satisfying them will make us optimally functioning and much better people;
  9. Why some individuals and whole societies are highly motivated while others are not, and how to change that;
  10. How to distinguish power from force, why there's so much confusion about it, and why so many politicians who claim to be powerful are actually using force;
  11. How illusionistic beliefs blocks our thinking where it should start and yes, most religions promote these;  
  12. How illusions, conspiratorial thinking and a defiant attitude endanger the world today;
  13. How evil is created and how to get rid of it;
  14. Why most religious societies are the least successful and the most secular ones the most successful across all measurable categories;
  15. What are strengths and virtues, and how by acquiring and boosting them can we gain positive traits;
  16. What is the psychological equipment that makes us good (but we are not really) and urges us to develop dynamically (but we don't really); 
  17. How we may evolve morally and how ethical we can become;
  18. What are the three main stages of mental complexity and what is the life-changing and world-saving potential of the highest one; 
  19. How does our ego develop and consequently our consciousness, how dangerous are the earliest stages, and what is  the enormous potential of latter stages;
  20. How do societies evolve and what are the settings of each stage;
  21. How do we measure cultures and what positive effect does freedom has on them;
  22. How to accelerate the dynamics of consciousness development of individuals and societies;
  23. Why and how in the developed world competitive individualism will change into cooperative individualism;
  24. How, by growing ever more free and emancipated, do we become ever more altruistic, trusting, and humanistically oriented or, in another word – loving;
  25. How does a loving attitude make us responsible, profoundly changes our perspective and improves the way we communicate, behave and do things;  
  26. How whole cultures of responsibility can be created and why this can change the world;
  27. Why well-being is important and why living the way we want will not create more chaos, but rather the opposite - more order, cohesion, and harmony;
  28. How do I become authentic and creative;
  29. How do I fall in love with the whole of reality;
  30. How to make the paradigm shift as deteriorating conditions will cause it - most probably at a high price; 
  31. What does every individual need to know, to rethink and to do to promote a paradigm shift;
  32. How does a paradigm shift promise a good life on an individual level, good government on a societal level and saving the world, all at the same time.
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The book New World Philosophy for Everyone sets foundations for the future by giving the explanations on the following questions:

  1. How has humankind evolved historically across the globe; 
  2. What is the present state of human development in various cultural zones and societies around the world;
  3. Why and how do democracy, emancipation, and freedom unleash our human potential;
  4. Why and how culture, quality of communication, and internal freedom are also very important for unleashing our potential;
  5. Which social settings inhibited human development in the past and why does expanding victim mentality represent a huge threat to it right now;
  6. Why full emancipation of women is one of the biggest projects of humanity and how to practice it on a very personal level;
  7. The most overlooked the most obvious thing in the world: basic human needs and why not having them satisfied could be considered one of the greatest tragedies in the history of mankind; 
  8. Why familiarizing ourselves with our basic psychological and spiritual needs and satisfying them will make us optimally functioning and much better people;
  9. Why some individuals and whole societies are highly motivated while others are not, and how to change that;
  10. How to distinguish power from force, why there's so much confusion about it, and why so many politicians who claim to be powerful are actually using force;
  11. How illusionistic beliefs blocks our thinking where it should start and yes, most religions promote these;  
  12. How illusions, conspiratorial thinking and a defiant attitude endanger the world today;
  13. How evil is created and how to get rid of it;
  14. Why most religious societies are the least successful and the most secular ones the most successful across all measurable categories;
  15. What are strengths and virtues, and how by acquiring and boosting them can we gain positive traits;
  16. What is the psychological equipment that makes us good (but we are not really) and urges us to develop dynamically (but we don't really); 
  17. How we may evolve morally and how ethical we can become;
  18. What are the three main stages of mental complexity and what is the life-changing and world-saving potential of the highest one; 
  19. How does our ego develop and consequently our consciousness, how dangerous are the earliest stages, and what is  the enormous potential of latter stages;
  20. How do societies evolve and what are the settings of each stage;
  21. How do we measure cultures and what positive effect does freedom has on them;
  22. How to accelerate the dynamics of consciousness development of individuals and societies;
  23. Why and how in the developed world competitive individualism will change into cooperative individualism;
  24. How, by growing ever more free and emancipated, do we become ever more altruistic, trusting, and humanistically oriented or, in another word – loving;
  25. How does a loving attitude make us responsible, profoundly changes our perspective and improves the way we communicate, behave and do things;  
  26. How whole cultures of responsibility can be created and why this can change the world;
  27. Why well-being is important and why living the way we want will not create more chaos, but rather the opposite - more order, cohesion, and harmony;
  28. How do I become authentic and creative;
  29. How do I fall in love with the whole of reality;
  30. How to make the paradigm shift as deteriorating conditions will cause it - most probably at a high price; 
  31. What does every individual need to know, to rethink and to do to promote a paradigm shift;
  32. How does a paradigm shift promise a good life on an individual level, good government on a societal level and saving the world, all at the same time.

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