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  • adj. Having or moving toward a superior mind or soul

Etymologies

Coined by Abraham Maslow, American psychologist (Wiktionary)

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  • “The word eupsychian (pronounced "you-sigh-key-un") was coined by Abe Maslow. It comes from eu meaning good (i.e. euphoria) and psyche meaning, basically, mind or soul. So eupsychian essentially means "having a good mind/soul" or "toward a good mind/soul." Eupsychia is where nice people live and work�?

    - From maslow.org, which I stumbed on after looking into this dude, who I think might be an agent of these guys. See also eupsychia and orthoaggridant.

    November 13, 2008