O.K., I'll play. This is the quote I can't get over -- from Paul Goodman of the firm of Perls, Goodman, and Hefferline:
Spontaneous dominances are judgments of what is important in the occasion. They are not adequate evaluations, but they are basic evidence of a kind of hierarchy of needs in a present situation . . . for they express the wisdom of the organism about its own needs and a selection from the environment of what meets those needs. They provide an immediate ethics, not infallible and yet in a privileged position.