ABSTRACT. Grallo remarks that phenomena of question and insight may have an important role to play in the process of learning and in the emergence and refinement of knowledge. Rao holds that awareness of one’s own existence, thoughts and surroundings are important indicators of consciousness. Samuels writes that being a psychological primitive is an explanatory notion. Schweitzer claims that it is only in his struggle to become ethical that man comes to possess real value as a personality, and that under the influence of ethical convictions the various relations of human society are formed in such a way that individuals and people can develop in an ideal manner.



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