Turning Maslow’s Hierarchy on Its Head

Put another way, when we say that Maslow’s hierarchy of needs is of primary importance, we’re saying that our Westernized/privileged understanding of others’ lives is the most essential perspective, and also that people in poverty don’t need nice things.

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