Explain Maslow´s Hierarchy of needs. What does Augustus and Hazel say about it?
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Generally this states that as long as one’s basic needs are not met, one can not even begin to think about social needs, security, art, or strive toward “self-actualization”. Hazel doessn't think this is true. Even though her basic needs are not met, she still experiences the world through Augustus.