• 3 Intelligent without disassociating
    Being intelligent without disassociating
    neurobiology, morality, culture, child development
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    I think what happens when you don’t know what you’re doing as a novice, or you’ve been undermined in your development, is that you need some other outside structure to tell you how to live.  So in the hunter-gatherer communities, the Native American traditions the whole life’s field is structured around development and helping that child become the contributing adult. Colin Turnbull in his book, “The Human Cycle,” talks about how the Imbuti in comparison to his own British upbringing just develop their children or offer their children so much more.