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7.

THE HUMAN
PERSON IN
SOCIETY
LEARNING COMPETENCIES
 7.1 Recognize how individuals form societies
and how individuals are transformed by
societies.
 7.2 Compare different forms of societies and
individualities (Agrarian, industrial and virtual)
 7.3 Explain how human relations are
transformed by social systems
 7.4 Evaluate the transformation of human
relationships by social systems and how
societies transform individual human beings.
LEARNING COMPETENCIES
 7.1 Recognize how individuals form societies
and how individuals are transformed by
societies.
 7.2 Compare different forms of societies and
individualities (Agrarian, industrial and virtual)
 7.3 Explain how human relations are
transformed by social systems
 7.4 Evaluate the transformation of human
relationships by social systems and how
societies transform individual human beings.
7.1 Recognize how individuals form
societies and how individuals are
transformed by societies.
 The transfer of information has been so
fast and efficient because of new devices
introduced in our society.

 These devices and information


superhighways gravely transformed
individuals today.
7.1 Recognize how individuals form
societies and how individuals are
transformed by societies.
 One of them is Facebook.

 It might lead to depression.

 We look at idealized versions of our online


friends leaving us feeling less attractive and
less secure about our own status.

 We tend to compare how many “like” our


post generated.
7.1 Recognize how individuals form
societies and how individuals are
transformed by societies.
 Due comparisons, we become more
dissatisfied.

 Studies shows that social networking sites may


disconnect users rather than connect people.

 Do not limit interactions online, establish


physical interaction with friends and family
beyond digital world where one can truly find
love, acceptance and self-esteem.
7.1 Recognize how individuals form societies
and how individuals are transformed by
societies.
 Soren Kiekegaard said, rather being ourselves, we
tend to conform to an image or idea associated
with being a certain type of person
 Ex. We create the people we want to be or the
ideal versions of ourselves in our Facebook profile

 We conform to a pattern.

 We see ourselves and others with generalization.


7.1 Recognize how individuals form societies
and how individuals are transformed by
societies.
 Our modern age remains and era of
increasing dullness, conformity, and lack
of genuine individuals.
7.1 Recognize how individuals form
societies and how individuals are
transformed by societies.
 Philosophically,our totality, wholeness, or
“complete life,” relies on our social
relation.

 Aristotle
said that friends are two bodies
with one soul.

 Mutual sharing, acceptance, and


sincerity are akin with the outlooks of John
Paul II’s “We/You and Martin Buber’s “I-
thou” relations.
7.1 Recognize how individuals form
societies and how individuals are
transformed by societies.
 Martin Buber – the human person attains
fulfilment in the realm of the interpersonal,
in meeting the other, through a genuine
dialog.

 Pope John Paul II – through participation,


we share in the humanness of others.

 Aristotle,
Buber, John Paul II – stress the
concreteness of our experiences and
existence is directly linked to our
experience of others.
7.1 Recognize how individuals form
societies and how individuals are
transformed by societies.
 Ifone has meaningful relationships, aside
from enjoying one’s blessing, then, as
Aristotle concurs, he is truly the one who
may rightly be termed happy.