So first off will own up that I don’t wish to be a perfect human. Certainly it is impossible and even if it were possible, can you imagine the difficulty of being perfect in an imperfect world. 533 more words
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“What is a person? By ‘person’ I mean the particular kind of being that under the proper conditions is capable of developing into (or has developed into) a conscious, reflexive, embodied, self-transcending center of subjective experience, durable identity, moral commitment, and social communication who–as the efficient cause of his or her responsible actions and interactions–exercises complex capacities for agency and intersubjectivity in order to develop and sustain his or her own incommunicable self in loving relationships with other personal selves an with the nonpersonal world.” -Christian Smith
Esposito, Roberto 2012. The Dispositif of the Person. Law, Culture and the Humanities 8(1): 17–30.
The concept of person functions as the crucial passage through which a biological material lacking in meaning becomes something intangible. 710 more words
I read a Facebook post which got me thinking. (I know, that was probably my first mistake) But this one had substance. The writer was a white male, a veteran, a husband and father, a survivor of childhood sexual abuse, and someone familiar with rigorous hard work. 1,430 more words
IN context; this post seeks to correlate psychology & astrological studies in a broad range of understanding. Personhood elemental energies as outlined via western astrology and personhood temperaments as outlined via popular psychology philosophies and psychologists. 444 more words