1 edition of The philosophy of human death found in the catalog.
The philosophy of human death
2009 by Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Kardynała Stefana Wyszyńskiego in Warszawa .
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references.
|LC Classifications||BD444 .S895 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||126 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||126|
|LC Control Number||2011396563|
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The Philosophy of Death is a lively and engaging discussion of the basic philosophical issues concerning death, and a critical introduction to the relevant contemporary philosophical literature.
It ranges over many questions about those who die, about the nature of death, and about the permissibility or otherwise of by: "Death and Mortality in Contemporary Philosophy is a work of striking originality, well-crafted and rich in interesting ideas." George Lăzăroiu, Review of Contemporary Philosophy "I strongly recommend this book to anyone with an interest in the philosophical discussion of death or simply an interest in the meaning of his or her own death."Cited by: Books shelved as philosophy-of-death: Death: A Philosophy Course by Shelly Kagan, Death and Mortality in Contemporary Philosophy by Bernard N.
Schumacher. James Reichmann is a Jesuit in the pre-Vatican II sense. At the time of the review, as well as when he wrote the book, he teaches philosophy at Seattle University (which is, of course, a Jesuit school). He is set in his beliefs, and it shows in the text. The text begins with a high-speed rundown of some /5(5).
A fine example of what popular philosophy can be: wide-ranging and thought-provoking, in little more than pages. May grasps the real paradox of mortality: that the fact of death imbues our life with passion and urgency, but it is that very passion for life that makes death tragic/5(8).
Humanism, in brief, is a philosophy (or religion) the guiding principle of which is concentration on the welfare, progress, and happiness of all humanity in this one and only life. In the Moral Majority’s assault on Humanism, I was immediately concerned, being honorary president of.
Like most things -- (or everything?) -- in philosophy, about death no one knows what to make of it (It is neither a question of fact nor of logic).
The important point (in my view) is that any thought about what death is, is metaphysics (death is a question without answer), i.e. speculation rather than knowledge. In other words -- i.e. in Socrates' words -- to think you know what death is, is to think you know what you.
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The Denial of Death is a work of psychology and philosophy by the cultural anthropologist Ernest Becker, in which the author builds on the works of Søren Kierkegaard, Sigmund Freud, Norman O. Brown and Otto Rank. It was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for General Non-Fiction intwo months after the author's : Ernest Becker.
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By the time Epicurus was born in BCE on the Aegean island of Samos, popular philosophy was shifting emphasis from metaphysics (determining the nature of the universe) to personal was a change that was prompted by Socrates some hundred years beforehand.
Socrates, through his teachings and lectures, forced individuals to examine basic human values and ethics. On death Neither should human beings fear death, and this for two principal reasons. (1) The mind is a part of the body, and, just like other parts of the body (and everything else in the universe.
The last book in His Dark Materials (Phillip Pullman) series deals with death in a very beautiful way (to me). It depicts death as a companion, your death is born with you and follows you all your life, and is the one companion that taps you on the.
society and oriented towards death. Fundamental Concept: The learner is able to understand that doing philosophy within the context of the human person as free, intersubjective, immersed in society, and oriented towards their impending death will lead to a deeper understanding of the human person.
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Recognize the meaning of life 2. Enumerate the things that one wants toFile Size: KB. A Matter of Life and Death in Socratic Philosophy. the justification for censoring depictions of grief in Book III (d–a), the shared grieving of the collective family in Book V (a.
Death became one of the issues of science and not philosophy, and as a result, philosophers think about it less. Modern man has drowned in welfare, which was born in this era; therefore, death was a threat that welfare could deprive man.
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My library. The philosophy of death is the study of the nature and significance of death, and the philosophy of life is the study of the nature and significance of life.
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Most emphatically in The Sickness Unto Death, Kierkegaard's author argues that the human self is a composition of various aspects that must be brought into conscious balance: the finite, the infinite, a consciousness of the "relationship of the two to itself," and a consciousness of "the power that posited" the self.
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In Philosophy, Science and Method: Essays in Honor of Ernest Nagel. Edited by Sidney Morgenbesser, Patrick Suppes and Morton White. New York: St. Matrin’s Press, pp. Feldman, Fred. “The Enigma of Death.” In Confrontations with the Reaper: A Philosophical Study of Nature and Value of Death.
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