Who Is an Aristophile?
To whom is Aristophilia reserved for?
Anyone – of any background – can claim to have an affinity for excellence. No one can pretend to understand its Perfectionment philosophy, unless they have spent countless hours carefully and methodically studying it. Thus, it is the minimum requirement to be considered an Aristophile, albeit an unsupervised one.
In order for any Aristophile to operate as registered Aristophiles, they require training and supervision by a Noble for the application of error correction techniques and to provide support for error pattern recognition. A careful examination is required of the Aristophile to demonstrate a proper understanding of Perfectionment concepts and practice. Aristophilia is a prerequisite for induction as a Noble.
- Theoretical models of intervention: aristomemetics, aristosynthesis, economics, and theories of information, communication, and public relations;
- Common denominators: attitudes and pre-conceived notions of perfectionists, interests and expectations of a leader (of a community or organization), and memetic skills;
- Tools of constructive critique: the scientific method, epistemology, hermeneutics, phenomenology;
- Classification of humanitarian issues: anthropathologies related to cultural, scientific, technological, and economic development;
- The link between biology and memetics: the link between culture and human performance, the relevance and limits of various Perfectionment techniques, a fundamental understanding of information and economics;
- The Nobility International Code of Ethics: duties and obligations towards a community or organizational leader, the public, and to fellow perfectionists;