Rosmini distinguished between human nature and the person, insisting that education must deal with both. By “nature” he means the natural talents and other natural attributes found in man, which we must indeed develop. In such a case, however, we are dealing more with “training” than with “educating”. Education is, properly speaking, the education of the “person”, which is centred in the intelligent will of each individual. The person, the will needs educating, the end being to make the person more and more obedient to the supreme moral law, to make the person “good”. Current education is often concerned with developing the natural talents of the individual rather than endowing him with love for truth, concern for and goodness with all other persons, and acknowledgement and love of God, our supreme loving Creator.