The Centre for Humanity Learning
Discover the Practice of Humanity Nurturance
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The Centre for Humanity Learning is the primary location dedicated to the research and practice of apithology. Apithology is the field which studies the causes of generative health in living systems.
The learners who enrol at apitholo learn to apply apithology to the well becoming of humanity.
Those who are called to this field are different. Their aims are not finding solutions to problems, but the actuation of generative potentials.
Their concerns are not the remediation of deficiencies, but the enablement of humanity capacities.
Their intentions are not the continuation of impediments, but to develop insights into humanity nurturance.
This is the path of the Humanity Contributive.
Apithology is the discipline of inquiry that looks at the enablement of generative potentials. Usually we wait for pathology to arise and later seek its remediation. Apithology commences from a different horizon of appreciation. It begins by looking to discover the essential causes of generative health.
The practice of Apithology is a vocation for a special group of people. They have as their motivation a natural sense of caring for humanity. More than a humanitarian compassion for others, those seeking to learn the work of apithology hold a sense of care for humanity in its entirety.
In the practice of humanity nurturance the future problems of humanity are best met by enabling the capacities of present generations. This practice asks questions differently. It asks for a different quality of humanity inquiry. This quest often begins where other efforts end.
To learn the techniques of Humanity Nurturance you can enrol at apitholo.
The nurturance of a humanity requires knowledge and inquiries enabled by the field of apithology.
The research field of apithology examines the systemic causes and effects of generativity and growth in living systems.
It is the counterpart discipline to the field of pathology – which is concerned with the systemic causes and effects of decline in degenerative systems. The two fields complement each other. The field was formalised in 2004 and has since developed into a research discipline of distinct focus and formalised method.
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"The lesson of evolution is that we must think in the limited but positive terms of fulfilment- the degree to which we, individually and collectively, manage to realize our inherent possibilities."
“By continuing to sacrifice what is essential due to urgency, we end up forgetting the urgency of what is essential.”
“Every nation must now develop an overriding loyalty to mankind as a whole in order to preserve the best in their individual societies.”
“When you realize the value of all life, you dwell less on what is past and concentrate more on the preservation of the future.”
"For a positive harmony with humanity as an end in itself, what is required is that everyone ·positively· tries to further the ends of others as far as he can."
“Man tends to define in terms of the familiar. But the fundamental truths may not be familiar.”
"But the pessimists have only half the truth, and to my mind the less important half."
"Ideas may start with a single individual, but they grow as they are taken up by humanity at large."
“Reasoning will never make a man correct an ill opinion, which by reasoning he never acquired.”
"To be human is to become visible while carrying what is hidden as a gift to others."
"We cannot overlook for a moment that so far in his history man has realized the blueprint of his potentialities only in fragments."
"There is no such thing as the pursuit of happiness, but there is the discovery of joy."
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The Centre for Humanity Learning was founded to benefit humanity. Its purposes are to host a learning centre, publish apithology research, propose practice standards and maintain the archive of artefacts.
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Events expanding on Humanity Nurturance occur regularly at apitholo.