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L. Ron Hubbard's Lectures 1951-08 Special Course in Human Evaluaton

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October 20, 2012    
 
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L. Ron Hubbard

Special Course in Human Evaluaton (August 1951) 10 lectures.  This was the lecture series Ron delivered based on Science of Survival to a group in Wichita, Kansas and are the companion lectures to the book. The essence of this series is the application of Dianetics to evaluating one's fellow human beings in a wider context than Dianetics therapy. He discusses how to estimate a person's responsibility level, reliability, handling of truth and persistence along a given course of action. One can use the information here in creating a friendship, hiring prospective employees or finding associates or partners. Included are lectures on life's conquest of the physical universe, the Dynamics, the Tone Scale and the relationship of Emotion to Motion.

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A GREAT FIRST LECTURE SERIES!
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Reviewed by yon8008 November 09, 2012
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A Special Course in Human Evaluation

A GREAT FIRST LECTURE SERIES!

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This was one of the first lecture series that I ever listened to by L. Ron Hubbard! It was delivered to people who were NOT necessarily familiar with Dianetics, as a result there were very few assumptions made about what the audience should have known before the start of the series. This is an EXCELLENT place to start for someone new to the subject, and could be listened to right before or after reading Self-Analysis.
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