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1.3 THE INDIAN SITUATION
1.4 OUR APPROACH
1.5 PHILOSOPHY IS ANTHROPOLOGY
1.6 CONTENT OF THE TREATISE
1.7LET US SUM UP
Mystery: Response:
1.9 FURTHER READINGS AND REFERENCES
UNIT 2 PHILOSOPHY OF HUMAN PERSON AND OTHER PHILOSOPHICAL DISCIPLINES Contents
2. 0 OBJECTIVES
2.1 INTRODUCTION
2. 2POSING THE QUESTION BEFORE US
2.3 OPPRESSIVE AND LIBERATIVE UNDERSTANDINGS OF HUMAN PERSON
2.4 HUMAN BEING TODAY IS HUNGRY AND POOR
2.5 A SHORTAGE OF JUSTICE, NOT FOOD!
2.6 PHILOSOPHICAL ANTHROPOLOGY AND OTHER PHILOSOPHICAL DISCIPLINES
2.7 ANTHROPOLOGY IN GENERAL AND PHILOSOPHICAL ANTHROPOLOGY IN PARTICULAR
2.8 DIVISIONS IN GENERAL ANTHROPOLOGY
2.9 BASIC TRENDS IN GENERAL ANTHROPOLOGY
2.10 SOME QUOTES
2.10 LET US SUM UP
2.11 KEY WORDS
2.12 FURTHER READINGS AND REFERENCES
UNIT 3 WESTERN PHILOSOPHICAL VIEWS ON HUMAN PERSON
3.3 ARISTOTLE AND COMPANY
3.4 THE HEGELIAN AND MARXIAN VIEW
3.5 KANT AND NEO-THOMISM
3.6 MARÉCHAL ’S ANALYSIS OF INTELLECTUAL DYNAMISM
3.7 TOWARDS A DYNAMIC “DEFINITION” OF HUMAN PERSON
3.8 HUMAN SEARCH FOR MEANING
3.9 HUMAN BEING IN THE EXISTENTIALIST PHILOSOPHY
3.10 LET US SUM UP
3.11 KEY WORDS
UNIT 1.4: INDIAN PHILOSOPHICAL VIEWS ON HUMAN PERSON
1.2 THE SELF IN INDIAN PHILOSOPHY
1.3 EXISTENCE OF THE SELF
1.4 PROPERTIES OF THE SELF
1.5 CONTEMPORARY DISCOURSE ON THE SELF
1.6 THE GOAL OF LIFE: PURUSHARTHAS
1.7 A MATERIALISTIC CRITIQUE
1.8 LET US SUM UP
1.9 KEY WORDS
1.10 FURTHER READINGS AND REFERENCES
UNIT 2.1: ORIGIN AND DEVELOPMENT OF HUMAN
1.0 OBJECTIVES
1.1 INTRODUCTION
1.2 THE INNER CONFLICT
1.3ANIMAL SYMBOLICUM
1.4 THE PHENOMENA OF HUMAN DEVELOPMENT
1.5 THE HUMAN BEING IN COMMON WITH ALL OBSERVABLE REALITY
1.6 HUMAN BEING IN ITS UNIQUENESS
1.7 TRANSCENDENCE
1.8 HERMENEUTICS OF HUMAN DEVELOPMENT
1.9 CONSEQUENCES
1.10 AFTER-LIFE?
1.11 LET US SUM UP
1.12 KEY WORDS
1.13 FURTHER READINGS AND REFERENCES
UNIT 2.2: HUMAN AS BEING IN THE WORLD
1.2 INTRODUCTION TO HEIDEGGERIAN THOUGHT
1.3 BEING IN THE WORLD
1.4 DASEIN’S FACTICITY
1.5 CONCERN
1.6 LIVING AS AUTHENTIC EXISTENCE
1.7 DIFFERENCE BETWEEN AUTHENTIC AND IAUTHENTIC LIVES
UNIT 2.3: HUMAN AS INTERDEPENDENT
3.3 HUMANS AS INTER-DEPENDENT
3.4 HUMANS AS INDEPENDENT
3.5 THE PHENOMENA OF FREEDOM
3.6 TOWARDS A DEFINITION OF FREEDOM
3.7 SOME RELATED QUOTABLE
3.8 LET US SUM UP
3.10 FURTHER READINGS AND REFERENCES
UNIT 4 HUMAN AS FREE
4 .0 OBJECTIVES
4.2 APPROACHING THE PHENOMENON OF FREEDOM
4.3 VOLITIONAL DYNAMISM
4.4 PRAISE AND BLAME
4.5 FREUD’S CRITICISM
4.6 SKINNER’S CHALLENGE
4.7 CRITICAL RESPONSE
4.8 CONCLUDING REMARKS ON FREEDOM
4.9 SOME RELATED QUOTABLE
4.10 LET US SUM UP
4.11 KEY WORDS
4.12 FURTHER READINGS AND REFERENCES
UNIT 3.1: HUMAN NEED FOR SELF-ACTUALIZATION
3.1 .0 OBJECTIVES
3.1.1 INTRODUCTION
3.1.3 MASLOW’S BASIC PRINCIPLES
3.1.4 SELF ACTUALIZATION
3.1.5 SOME CHARACTERISTICS OF SELF-ACTUALISED PEOPLE
Behaviour leading to self-actualisation
Characteristics of self-actualised people
3.1.6 LOVE AS THE SELF-ACTUALIZING PHENOMENON
3.1.7 SOME VIEWS ON HUMAN LOVE
3.1.8 LOVE AS HUMANING AND SELF-ACTUALIZING
3.1.9 SOME RELATED QUOTES
3.1.10 LET US SUM UP
3.1.11 KEY WORDS
3.1.12 FURTHER READINGS AND REFERENCES
UNIT 3.2: HUMAN’S RELATION TO THE REST OF THE UNIVERSE
3.2.0 OBJECTIVES
3.2.1 INTRODUCTION
3.2.2 THE BASIC PREMISE: HUMANS ARE MADE FOR THE WORLD
3.2.3 THE HOLY COMMAND: SHEPHERD AND GUARD THE WORLD
3.2.4 THE PROFOUND DISCOVERY: THE MYSTERY OF THE WORLD
3.2.5 THE HUMAN TASK: LIVE THE PARADISE HERE ON EARTH
3.2.6 THE PRACTICAL CONCLUSION: DISCOVER THE LAWS OF LIFE
3.2.7 THE TYPICAL ATTITUDE: TO BE IN THE WORLD
3.2.8 THE EVIDENT CONSEQUENCE: VIABLE LIFE
3.2. 9 THE MAIN GOAL: TO PROSPER WITHIN LIMITS
3.2.10 THE RELIGION: TO LIVE IN THE HANDS OF GODS
3.2.11 THE MAIN CHARACTERISTIC: LIMITED COMPETITION
3.2.12 THE UNIQUENESS OF MAN: TRAILBLAZERS
3.2.13 THE MANY WAYS: DIVERSITY AS SURVIVAL VALUE
3.2.14 THE SIGNIFICANT CHOICE: LIFE
3.2.15 THE DESTINY OF LEAVERS: TO REMAIN HUMAN
3.2.16 THE MODE OF LIFE: A CELEBRATION
3.2.17 LET US SUM UP
3.2.18 KEY WORDS
3.2.19 FURTHER READINGS AND REFERENCES
UNIT 3.3: FOUNDATIONS OF INTERPERSONAL RELATIONSHIP
3.3 .0 OBJECTIVES
3.3.1 INTRODUCTION
3.3.4 GABRIEL MARCEL’S AUTHENTIC RELATIONSHIP
3.3.5 MARCEL’S I – THOU RELATIONSHIP
3.3.6 MARCEL’S PRESENCE, PARTICIPATION AND AVAILABILITY
3.3.7 IMMANUEL KANT AND PERSONS AS “ENDS IN THEMSELVES"
3.3.9 ARGUMENTS FOR THE CATEGORICAL IMPERATIVE
3.3.10 PERSONS AND SOCIETIES
3.3.11 LET US SUM UP
3.3.18 KEY WORDS
3.3.19 FURTHER READINGS AND REFERENCES
UNIT 3.4: RELATIONALITY: RECENT SCIENTIFIC DISCOVERIES
3.4.0 OBJECTIVES
3.4.1 INTRODUCTION
3.4.2 RELATIONSHIP AMONG ALPHABETS
3.4.3 SOME SCIENTIFIC POINTERS TO RELATIONALITY
a. Relativity Theory: The Field Theory
b. Chaos Theory: The Butterfly Effect
3.4.4 THE UNKNOWN UNIVERSE
a. Dark Matter
b. Dark Energy
3.4.5 BETWEEN BEFORE AND BEYOND
4.6 LOVE AS RELATIONALITY
3.4.7 CONCLUSION
3.4.8 LET US SUM UP
3.4.9 KEY WORDS
3.4.10 FURTHER READINGS AND REFERENCES
UNIT 4.1: PERSONAL IDENTITY AND SELF
4.0 OBJECTIVES
4.1 INTRODUCTION
4.2 COUNTING THE UNCOUNTABLE
4.3 SOME ISSUES CONNECTED WITH PERSONAL IDENTITY
4.4 IDENTITY BASED ON CONSCIOUSNESS
4.5 ANTROPOLOGICAL INSIGHTS
4.6 CONCLUSION
4.7 LET US SUM UP
4.8 KEY WORDS
4.9 FURTHER READINGS AND REFERENCES
UNIT 4.2: PHILOSOPHICAL UNDERSTANDING OF DEATH
2.0 OBJECTIVES
2.2 SCHOLASTIC VIEW ON PERSON
2.3 PHILOSOPHICAL REFLECTIONS
2.5 LET US SUM UP
2.6 KEY WORDS
2.7 FURTHER READINGS AND REFERENCES
UNIT 4.3: NIHILISTIC AND POSITIVE VIEWS ON ‘LIFE AFTER DEATH’ Contents
3.0 OBJECTIVES
3.1 INTRODUCTION
3.2 FUNERAL CUSTOMS
3.3 RECOGNISING THE MOMENT OF DEATH
3.4 ALTERNATIVES INTERPRETATIONS OF LIFE AFTER DEATH
3.5 THE NIHILISTIC RESPONSES
3.6 THE POSITIVE RESPONSES
3.7 LET US SUM UP
3.8 KEY WORDS
3.9 FURTHER READINGS AND REFERENCES
UNIT 4.4: PHILOSOPHICAL REFLECTIONS ON REBIRTH AND RESURRECTION
Contents
4.2 ORIGINS ON THE THEORY OF REBIRTH (OR REINCARNATION)
4.3 PLATO ON REINCARNATION
4.4 INDIAN TEXTS ON REINCARNATION
4.5 IMPLICATIONS OF REINCARNATION THEORY
4.6 CRITICAL RESPONSE ON REBIRTH
4.7 CONCLUDING REMARKS ON REINCARNATION
4.8 THE RESURRECTION OF THE BODY
4.9 THE POWER OF THE RESURRECTION
4.10 RESURRECTION AND RESUSCITATION
4.11 ALL A MATTER OF “BLIND” FAITH?
4.12 LET US SUM UP
4.14 FURTHER READINGS AND REFERENCES
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