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MAN AND FELLOWMAN

By: Martin Buber


1. Introduction
2. Elements of the Interhuman

3. Phenomenology of Love
4. In search of Truth and Justice 5. The task of Man 6. Conclusion
Philosophy of Man Tabor Hill College OAD Sem. Marcelino Arcilla Rapayla Jr, OAD

Biography

Martin Buber
was an Austrian-born Jewish philosopher best known for his philosophy of dialogue, a form of existentialism centered on the distinction between the IThou relationship and the IIt relationship.

Elements of the Interhuman


Reporter: Marcelino Rapayla Jr.

Is Adam in nature a social being?

No Man is an Island

BUBER: The Sphere of the Interhuman


The Social is the life of the group of people bound together by common experiences and reactions.

The Interhuman is the life between persons, the interpersonal, the life of dialogue, The I-THOU.

I-Thou is distinguish from I-It


I-It relationship is the I-Thou, a person becomes human being dehumanize, aware of the other not as a depersonalized others. mere object.

One way of distinguishing dialogue from monologue is to describe the obstacles to dialogue which would be the characteristics of monologue.

Characteristics of Being Monologue


The first obstacle to dialogue is "SEEMING, in contrast to BEING.

Characteristics of Being Monologue


"SEEMING distinguishes from the Genuine Seeming.

Buber: Man is seeking confirmation of his being.

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Characteristics of Being Monologue


The second obstacle to dialogue is speechifying in contrast to personal making present.

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Characteristics of Being Monologue


The third obstacle to dialogue is IMPOSITION, in contrast to UNFOLDING.

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Hindrance in the Interhuman: Seeming, Imposition, I-it relationship

Its wrong to pretend.

Genuine Dialogue

There is turning to the partner or turning of the being personal making present

maintains a climate of great faithfulness, respect and truthfulness.

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Question:

Determine one possible obstacle to dialogue in the movie and amplify it.
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What is Love?

PHENOMENOLOGY OF LOVE PART 1


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Phenomenology of Love: Part 1


Loneliness & Love
Experience of Love begins from the experience of loneliness.

The loving encounter


I-thou communication

Reciprocity of Love
Basis of love (the love of self)

Creativity of Love
Being togetherness

PHENOMENOLOGY OF LOVE PART 2


Reporter: Dennis Zamora

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Phenomenology of Love: Part 2


Union of Love
The action of being joined. Communion Sharing of thoughts and feelings.

The Gift of Self


Love is sharing myself to others. The gift of self is offered to other self. Crucifixion of Jesus

Love is Historical
Love at first sight Cleopatra & Mark Anthony

Phenomenology of Love: Part 2


Equality in Love
Everyone has the same rights and advantages. President Obamas love - Commitment.

Love is Total
Marriage

Love is Eternal
Till death do us part

Love and Sex are Sacred


Marriage is sacred
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What is Truth & Justice?

IN SEARCH OF TRUTH AND JUSTICE


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Gabriel Marcel: Truth and Justice


Truth will ultimately prevail where there is pains taken to bring it to light. - GEORGE WASHINGTON Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere. - Martin Luther King, Jr.

Gabriel Marcel: Truth and Justice


In matters of truth and justice, there is no difference between large and small problems, for issues concerning the treatment of people are all the same. - Albert Einstein Peace is not an absence of war, it is a virtue, a state of mind, a disposition for benevolence, confidence, justice. - Baruch Spinoza Click here!

THE TASK OF MAN


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Man is task to respond


To Know

To Cultivate
To Love To Live your life to the fullest

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TO SUM UP
To be a man is a gift, to be fully human is a right. This is our challenge, a very personal challenge. There is no limit to our potentials. Hence, enriched with the experience of knowing, you are now asked to actualize your potentials, to be you, to live your life to the fullest and to make a difference.
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TO SUM UP
Reporter: Marcelino Rapayla Jr.

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