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The human being in contemporary philosophical conceptions
International Conference "Human Being in Contemporary Philosophical Conceptions" (4th 2007 Volgograd State University)
Includes bibliographical references (p. -336) and index.
|Statement||edited by Nikolay Omelchenko|
|Contributions||Omelʹchenko, N. V. (Nikolaĭ Viktorovich)|
|LC Classifications||BD450 .I547 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 346 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||346|
|LC Control Number||2009396222|
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Book Description This book is a collection of the selected proceedings of the 4th International Conference “Human Being in Contemporary Philosophical Conceptions,” which was held under the patronage of UNESCO at Volgograd State University (Russia) on May 28–31, implies that every human being is a person, since every human being is (to employ the philosophical terms of Boethius) an individual substance of rational nature.
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Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. Philosophy has performed this sort of enquiry ever since Socrates in the 5th century BC. What use is philosophy. Conceptual analysis can make significant contributions to our understanding of being human.
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To do that, I'll need to sketch the ancients' and contemporaries' views.1 But before I do this, I want to say something about the sort of approach to ancient philosophical material in which I'm engaged in the book and here.Think again, for example, about the concept of a human being. As explicated by Wiredu, what makes an entity a human being is simply his or her possession of the okra.
This can be translated into Gyekye's Kantian parlance as the claim that one's status as not just a human being but as a moral agent rests solely on one's capacity for reason.