PERSON.F07 - THE HUMAN PERSON A MULTI-DIMENSIONAL ANALYSIS WHY IMPORTANT SELF-IDENTITY SELF RESPECT SELF-VALUING APPRECIATION OF OTHERS WHAT DOES

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THE HUMAN PERSON A MULTI-DIMENSIONAL ANALYSIS
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WHY IMPORTANT? SELF-IDENTITY SELF RESPECT SELF-VALUING APPRECIATION OF OTHERS
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WHAT DOES OUR CULTURE TELL US ABOUT OURSELVES? A GOOD PERSON A HAPPY PERSON A SUCCESSFUL PERSON THE OPPOSITES
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CULTURE’S ANSWERS THE WORLD OF ADVERTISING THE ENTERTAINMENT WORLD THE POLITICAL CULTURE THE WORLD OF EDUCATION OUR RELIGIOUS FAITHS THE WORLD OF BUSINESS
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WHAT DO WE MEAN BY A HUMAN PERSON? AN ANTHROPOLOGICAL ANSWER A THEOLOGICAL ANSWER A CHRISTOLOGICAL ANSWER
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THREE ANSWERS BASED ON: REASON – ALL 3 ANSWERS AND SO EXPERIENCE AND OBSERVATION BUT ALSO FAITH – TWO ANSWERS
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THE ANTHROPOLOGICAL ANSWER A PURELY HUMAN ANSWER INFLUENCED BY CULTURE THE RESULT OF REASON NEITHER ABSOLUTE NOR COMPLETE
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AN ANTHROPOLOGICAL ANSWER AGENT/SUBJECT EMBODIMENT KNOWLEDGE FREEDOM TEMPORAL RELATIONAL UNIQUE/UNREPEATABLE
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AN ANTHROPOLOGICAL ANSWER: AGENT/SUBJECT THE FIRST – AGENT (“WHAT DO YOU DO?”) BUT ALSO – SUBJECT WHICH BRINGS… ACCOUNTABILITY FOR ACTION CONTINUITY IN EXISTENCE
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ANTHROPOLOGICAL --EMBODIMENT WE ARE OUR BODIES. THEY SITUATE US IN TIME AND PLACE THEY FACILITATE RELATIONSHIPS THEY ARE THE BASIS OF OUR FINITUDE [THEY TOO ARE IN THE IMAGE OF GOD (THEOLOGICAL ANSWER)]
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AN ANTHROPOLOGICAL ANSWER KNOWLEDGE: SPECULATIVE EVALUATIVE FREEDOM: LIMITED FREE CHOICE CORE FREEDOM
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AN ANTHROPOLOGICAL ANSWER TEMPORAL: AN UNFOLDING STORY THEREFORE DYNAMIC AND UNREPEATABLE RELATIONSHIP – CRUCIAL/CENTRAL
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AN ANTHROPOLOGICAL ANSWER UNIQUE AND UNREPEATABLE OTHER ISSUES: IMPACT OF TECHNOLOGY COMMUNICATIONS
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This note was uploaded on 04/24/2008 for the course THEOLOGY 3300 taught by Professor Devine during the Spring '08 term at St. Johns Duplicate.

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PERSON.F07 - THE HUMAN PERSON A MULTI-DIMENSIONAL ANALYSIS WHY IMPORTANT SELF-IDENTITY SELF RESPECT SELF-VALUING APPRECIATION OF OTHERS WHAT DOES

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