One must not confuse intelligence with the mind. A certain sum of intelligent values exists within every mind.
We do not need to look for these intelligent values outside of ourselves because these intelligent values are within ourselves.
The intelligent values of every human being do not change, neither do they become exhausted. The reserve of intelligence is a constant.
When a positive value appears, it is in fact received happily by the intelligence.
We need a new revolutionary pedagogy whose only objective is to make us conscious of what we already know.
Identification, values, and image: to exactly identify oneself, exactly imagine oneself and exactly value oneself becomes unpostponable when we want to make an inventory of ourselves.
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