normalisation

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Philosophy

 

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Philip D

 

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May 6, 2013

 

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University

 

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B

 

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She saw the 'normalised' child as a new level of humanity and with the right environmental aspects, learning was open to every child and not just the select few. For the transformation to take place, not only did certain factors have to be present, but they had to be freely chosen by the child, completed without interruption, and occur frequently to allow the child to develop new habits of behaviour and to satisfy their biological, emotional and intellectual needs...
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EM Standing, Chapter 10 lists them as: love of order, love of work, profound spontaneous concentration, attachment to reality, love of silence and working alone, sublimation of the possessive instinct, power to act from real choice and not from curiosity, obedience, independence and initiative, spontaneous self-discipline and joy...
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