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RSHI Fellows

We are pleased to highlight and honor these members who were recognized by the 1998 Board of Directors of the R. S. Hartman Institute as Fellows of the Institute for having demonstrated outstanding service and achievement either in their profession or for the Institute.  "If I have seen further than others, is it by standing upon the shoulders of giants." Issac Newton

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April Newsletter: From the President

As we face the crisis of our world today, we see many images of people reaching out to one another.  We also hear of the importance of getting in touch with ourselves as well.  It reminds me of Hartman’s wonderfully simple suggestion in Freedom to Live: Know yourself, Accept yourself, Grow yourself, Give yourself.  Capturing these in your heart could be a real source of strength in these days. 

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Conference 2019 Opening Talk Let's Change the World

Cliff Hurst, PhD inspired and challenged us with his opening remarks at the 43rd Annual RSHI Conference. In this presentation Cliff shared that we can indeed change the world by refining, expanding and making known all of Hartman's rich thoughts regarding the importance of human values. In fact we must do this before it's too late.  He proposes four action steps.

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RSHI Fellows

We are pleased to highlight and honor these members who were recognized by the 1998 Board of Directors of the R. S. Hartman Institute as Fellows of the Institute for having demonstrated outstanding service and achievement either in their profession or for the Institute.  "If I have seen further than others, is it by standing upon the shoulders of giants." Issac Newton

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Reflections about the Situation We Are In

Clifford G. Hurst (VP of Research at the Robert S. Hartman Institute) reflects on the current global situation with COVID-19 declared a pandemic and brings Robert S. Hartman's words to life from unpublished manuscript "A Revolution Against War."

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February Newsletter: Letter from the President

Have you ever wondered why we feel Hartman is so important?  Have you realized that, though we know his profile has enriched many, there is more?

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January Newsletter: Letter from the President

Happy New Year greetings!

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