Notion Of Freedom In Jean Paul Sartre
- MODES OF BEING IN JEAN PAUL SARTRE
1.1 MEANING OF BEING.
Sartre. Being in all its fullness, and as the ground of all beings remains a great mystery. All the philosophical epochs have tried in diverse ways without success, to expound a wholesome review of this question. According to L. Okika, he stated that, Continue reading Notion Of Freedom In Jean Paul Sartre
The Doctrine Of Freedom And Responsibility In Jean Paul Sartre- The Fundamental Principles In An Authentic Existence
1.0 GENERAL INTRODUCTION
This thesis has to do with the problem of freedom in man’s realization of authentic existence in the existentialist philosophy of Jean Paul Sartre. Looking at this topic, certain basic questions readily come to mind. These may include: What Continue reading The Doctrine Of Freedom And Responsibility In Jean Paul Sartre-
The Notion Addiction And Freedom In Gerald G. May
Man shares the possession of life commonly with other living things. But there are other qualities of man, which marks him out in the midst of other beings and other animals. Sensible knowledge distinguishes him from other beings that are not animals. More so intelligence distinguishes him from other animals at the cognitive level but “at the appetitive level, man distinguishes himself by the act of Continue reading The Notion Addiction And Freedom In Gerald G. May
A critical appraisal of the idea of freedom in Bernard Lonergan humanism
JOHN PAUL II AND HUMANISM
3.1 Definition of Humanism.
Humanism, in a loose sense, is a philosophical movement that originated in Italy and from there, freedom it diffused into all other parts of the world. To ask the meaning of humanism is to provoke humanists, because it has no univocal and generally accepted definition. That notwithstanding, I shall outline some of the definitions by different humanists and that of John Paul II. Continue reading A critical appraisal of the idea of freedom in Bernard Lonergan humanism
Freedom in jean paul sartre: the challenge of responsibility in nigeria’s democratic governance
The concept of freedom and responsibility is central to Sartre’s system as a whole. They are dominant themes in his political works. Although Sartre’s view of freedom changed substantially throughout his lifetime. Scholars disagree whether there is a fundamental continuity or a radical break between Sartre’s early view of freedom and his late view of freedom. There is a strong consensus, Continue reading Freedom in jean paul sartre: the challenge of responsibility in nigeria’s democratic governance
ILLUSION AND REALITY OF PRESS FREEDOM IN ATTAINING A TRUE DEMOCRATIC SYSTEM OF GOVERNMENT IN NIGERIA: A STUDY OF ANAMBRA NORTH.
2.1 Sources of Literature
Illusion and reality of press freedom in attaining a true democratic system of government in Nigeria
The data for this literature review are collected from the secondary sources. The secondary sources are already existing information written down in books and other publications by recognised persons in the areas of actualising the press freedom in the Nigerian democratic system of government. They include; journals, articles etc. Continue reading ILLUSION AND REALITY OF PRESS FREEDOM IN ATTAINING A TRUE DEMOCRATIC SYSTEM