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Enhancing Viewpoint Diversity and Intellectual Humility to Make Free Speech Again on Campus

Are You a Sapient Being?

Sapience, also known as wisdom, is the ability to think and act using knowledge, experience, understanding, common sense and insight. Sapience is associated with attributes such as intelligence, enlightenment, unbiased judgment, compassion, experiential self-knowledge, self-actualization, and virtues such as ethics and benevolence. 

Being a sapient being is not about identity politics, it’s about doing what is right and borrows many of the essential qualities of Centrism that supports strength, tradition, open mindedness, and policy based on evidence not ideology. 

Sapient beings are independent minded thinkers that achieve common sense solutions that appropriately address America’s and the world’s most pressing issues. They gauge situations based on context and reason, consideration, and probability. They are open minded and exercise conviction and willing to fight for it on the intellectual battlefield. Sapient beings don't blindly and recklessly follow their feelings or emotions. 

Their unifying ideology is based on the truth, reason, logic, scientific method, and pragmatism—and not necessarily defined by compromise, moderation, or any particular faith—but is considerate of them. 

Does this sound like you? Or someone you want to be? Are you ready for a Society Advancing Personal Intelligence & Enlightenment Now Together (S.A.P.I.E.N.T. ). If the answer is yes—The S.A.P.I.E.N.T. Being might be right for you!

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