But what is the effect and is correlation valid? A sorrowed individual cries, “Oh Lord, why me?” He surely expects no immediate and vocal response from his deity; the exclamation serves only as a prompt to begin an analysis of his situation, just as the chicken question prompt’s us all to examine our decisions and consequences. So does the chicken question cause inwardness? For the answer one must look for evidence to support the effect. The humanistic psychologist Abraham Maslow in his “Hierarchy of Needs” stated that when needs such as: food, safety, love and esteem are met, man has an instinctual need for self-actualization; he needs to fulfill his potential by: work, music, art or whatever he loves to pursue, to achieve “His upper level of capabilities” (Maslow). Most might agree that growth and success require analysis of past success, or failure. The chicken question seems to function as a vehicle for that analysis therefore, causing the effect of inwardness
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...? Is the effect valid? The evidence has been presented, the decision is yours. But one must conclude that the questions effect does not need the Chicken. The question needs you.
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