TO WIN OR NOT TO WIN...?

ghost_of_pushwood

Why don't you do it for us and give a summary.

ikasiti

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ikasiti

Ok ghost_of_pushwood,  here is what this guy says, in a summary. That is why we all want to win in all things we play, even love.....

‘Knowledge, pleasure, achievement, loving relationships, and so on are valuable according to perfectionism because they are manifestations of special human features. Having these special features, and manifesting them, according to perfectionism, is having a good life. According to most perfectionist views, these features are certain capacities that are special to human beings. Developing these capacities to the most excellent degree possible is what perfectionism values’ (Bradford 2015Bradford, G. 2015AchievementOxfordOxford University Press.[Crossref], [Google Scholar], 114–115).

ghost_of_pushwood

Wow, what a Scientist!