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The original humanistic vision must continue to be made relevant in each new generation. The world always will be in need of humanization. Psychology as a science and profession will need to be reminded in each generation of humanistic priorities and of the full breadth of human nature and human potential. NOTES 1. , human nature is redefined historically). 2. Intentionality also may involve the individual in an internal intending toward his or her own mental states—in self-reflection. 3. Buber described the realm of “I and it,” self relating to object, as a universal dimension of human experience, not as something to be eradicated from life.