5 edition of Spiritual selfhood and the modern idea found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 195-213) and index.
|LC Classifications||PR4437.R4 D66 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||237 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||237|
|LC Control Number||2004090468|
The book draws on phenomenology (Heidegger), gender studies (Beauvoir, Butler), and contemporary neuroscience. It surveys existing approaches to modern selfhood (Foucault, Charles Taylor) and proposes an alternative account by investigating late medieval mysticism, in particular texts written in Germany by Meister Eckhart and others. Any idea of going back to the pattern or world-view of traditional societies either primal or medieval or even early modern is doing violence to the historical nature and social becoming of human beings. and to interpret human history itself as the evolutionary or revolutionary enlargement of the human selfhood and its spiritual self.
While the notion of a journey to selfhood has various religious and mytholog- ical roots, the ideal of becoming a self emerges most clearly in the nineteenth century. Earlier, philosophers had supposed the self to be some sort of spiritual substance or subject endowed with various faculties, chief among them being rationality. The meaning of selfhood has become an urgent question, largely in reaction to the radical individualism in which many modern Western notions of selfhood have been cast. The 11 contributors to Selves, People, and Persons aim to reshape fundamental ideas of the self in such varied fields as theology, biology, psychoanalysis and political philosophy.
Get this from a library! Practices of selfhood. [Zygmunt Bauman; Rein Raud] -- Contemporary understanding of human subjectivity has come a long way since the Cartesian 'thinking thing' or Freud's view of the self struggling with its unconscious. We no longer think of ourselves. This book is at once both fascinating and, in some ways at least, frustrating. argues that the modern self emerged both sooner and in different areas than practices that fostered a new, individualized sense of spiritual selfhood" (). While this is an important insight, there is a danger here of.
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Get your Kindle here, or download a FREE Kindle Reading App.5/5(1). About this book Introduction In The Search for Selfhood in Modern Literature Roston explores the strategies adopted by such mid-century authors as Greene, Salinger, Osborne, Baldwin and others in their attempt to cope with the spiritual vacuity - strategies including the emergence of the anti-hero and of literary existentialism - and offer in.
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Spiritual Selfhood and the Modern Idea. Confucian Thought: Selfhood as Creative Transformation is a collection of Tu s seminal essays. It is a sustained deliberation on the substance and worth of the Confucian conception of personhood.
This analysis complements Tu s highly acclaimed Humanity and Self-Cultivation: Essays in Confucian Thought as a continued expression of his deepening understanding of Confucianism voiced through Reviews: 1. Studies have shown how cultivating a spiritual life can have numerous health benefits.
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Seva is considered particularly effective as a counter to the selfishness, egotism and acquisitiveness of modern consumerisism. This idea is highly appealing to the Mata's more affluent devotees, who, by rendering small acts of seva to the Mata and her Mission, derive the satisfaction of enhancing the spiritual element in their lives and.
Iqbal, German Orientalism and the Making of Modern Mysticism. by editorial board Published 3. August Updated July By Razak Khan. This article is part of the TRAFO Series “40 Years After Orientalism”. I emphasize in it accordingly that neither the term Orient nor the concept of the West has any ontological stability.
Get this from a library. The search for selfhood in modern literature. [Murray Roston] -- The scientific achievements of the modern world failed to impress the leading writers of this century, leaving them instead profoundly disturbed by a sense of lost values and of the insignificance of.
We argue that the growing popularity of such “holistic spirituality” since the s can be greatly illuminated by reference to Charles Taylor's account of the expressive mode of modern selfhood. The book under review is the South Asian edition of J. Barton Scott’s Spiritual Despots: Modern Hinduism and the Genealogies of ’s is a scholarly exposition of the lineages of the “self” that emerged in South Asia since the 19th century within the rubric of Hinduism.
These are the questions that Zygmunt Bauman and Rein Raud explore in their engaging and wide-ranging dialogue, combining their competences in sociology, philosophy and cultural theory to look at how selfhood is produced in social practice, through language, efforts of self-presentation and self-realisation as well as interaction with others.
Key words: self -discovery, selfhood, one self, discourse, collapse, call of conscience, constancy of the self. Heidegger on Selfhood1 Being and Time is largely an account of what it means to be a self.
Each Dasein is a self. Selves are neither fictions nor are they artificial constructs fabricated by. Spiritual selfhood and the modern idea by David Donovan 1 edition - first published in Not in Library. Murphy Station by Accessible book, American Personal narratives, Anecdotes, Biography, Childhood and youth, Country life.
In his new book Moral Matters, Irish Catholic philosopher Mark Dooley presents a lucid appraisal of the ongoing calamity of liberal modernity, and a passionate and often moving account of the world of meaning that liberalism has so extensively eroded and threatens to completely destroy.
At the heart of Moral Matters is the idea of home; homebuilding and homecoming are Dooley’s chief motifs. Becoming a New Self addresses not only early modern Catholic notions of selfhood and subjecthood, but also subjugation and the place of agency and desire in early modern Catholic imaginations.
And since its focus is the early modern era and changes in theology, the book also contributes to the ongoing discussion about the beginning, legitimacy.Spiritual Shakespeares is the first book to explore the scope for reading Shakespeare spiritually in the light of contemporary theory and current world events.
Ewan Fernie has brought together an exciting cast of critics in order to respond to the ‘religious turn’ in recent .Sources of the Self: The Making of the Modern Identity is a work of philosophy by Charles Taylor, published in by Harvard University is an attempt to articulate and to write a history of the "modern identity".