Every Human is Potentially a Genius

To eliminate the discrepancy between men's plans and the results achieved, a new approach is necessary. Morphological thinking suggests that this new approach cannot be realized through increased teaching of specialized knowledge. This morphological analysis suggests that the essential fact has been overlooked that every human is potentially a genius. Education and dissemination of knowledge must assume a form which allows each student to absorb whatever develops his own genius, lest he become frustrated. The same outlook applies to the genius of the peoples as a whole.


We must allow them to develop their own genius according to what interests them.

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 Morphological astronomy
Books, Brochures, and Chapters>Book:  Zwicky , Fritz (1957), Morphological astronomy, Retrieved on 2012-06-08
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