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To identify the Transcendental Essence of Humanity, the purpose of this paper is to describe in brief what kind of research became possible when the theory of, e.g. autopoiesis, Husserl’s Transcendental Consciousness and the theory of Rhodes and Thame came together to form a “transcendental” interview methodology. With this new method 32 respondents were interviewed

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A Transcendental Emotional Reference was found practically alien to contemporary perspectives. Still, the reference governs the emotional structure of human experience. This different perspective answers basic questions of morality, organization theory and leadership.


Most leaders and people base ethical decisions on cultural, religious and or institutional moral traditions. Even within one city there is room for contradicting moralities. The suggestion then is that being moral is a kind of “skill” that can be learned from sources embedded in the social environment while social environments are highly subjective by definition. Morality learned from subjective sources will miss by the same process of becoming universal authority. But is it true? Is it not possible that human beings are innate moral beings? And if yes how to make that scientifically plausible?

Kyrill A. Goosseff

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This page is a summary of: Innocent source of humanity, Journal of Organizational Change Management, November 2019, Emerald, DOI: 10.1108/jocm-01-2019-0006.
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