Wednesday, April 21, 2010

thinking of excellent ontogeny without egoism

What is the developmental basis of a very good sense of self, independent yet easily empathic? A well-enabled sense of self avoids habitual and extreme egoism. Egoism expresses, ironically, disabled self sense. How goes developmental avoidance of egoistic personality, resulting in strong, constructive self efficacy with very good empathy?

Those questions occur to me because I’m wanting to do my intended 12 sections of a discussion of child development—the horizoning child who doesn’t “love” unhappiness.

The “conceptuality...” project (which will be “completed”) presumes ontogenic background that isn’t yet discussed, which I chose to postpone in order to provide a prospective sense of life that my approach to ontogeny would be reconstructively about (based on a very longstanding engagement with theory of child development). A discussion of smart-child development might be especially about how egoism is avoided in formation of good capability for creativity, having a highly enabled sense of self (vital for high creativity) with the empathy that is integral to ethical life.