Joachim Duyndam - Resilience and Creativity

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Joachim Duyndam - Resilience and Creativity

  1. 1. ResilienceResilience andand CreativityCreativity Prof. dr. Joachim DuyndamProf. dr. Joachim Duyndam
  2. 2. Main question: What can Resilience Mean in the Perspective of Ageing and Spirituality?
  3. 3. Resilience • Is the ability, when faced with adversity or when under pressure, to uphold dignified autonomy (or in narrative terms: ‘autography’) in thought and action, to realise a meaningful and humane life for oneself and for others
  4. 4. Resilience • Is the ability, when faced with adversity or when under pressure, to uphold dignified autonomy (or in narrative terms: ‘autography’) in thought and action, to realise a meaningful and humane life for oneself and for others • Resilience is a responding quality
  5. 5. Resilience • Is the ability, when faced with adversity or when under pressure, to uphold dignified autonomy (or in narrative terms: ‘autography’) in thought and action, to realise a meaningful and humane life for oneself and for others • Resilience is a responding quality • Autonomy is relative, a relational autonomy
  6. 6. Two Sources Two Approaches 1. The humanization approach 2. The meaning approach
  7. 7. humanization  Emancipation discourse / debate  (1960s-1980s)  Empowerment discourse / debate  (1990s – first decade 21st century)  Resilience  (recently – 21st century)
  8. 8. Social Ecology  Resilience Research Centre  (Canada a.o.)
  9. 9. meaning of life  Humanistic tradition, e.g. In the Netherlands  Jaap van Praag (1911-1981)
  10. 10. Meaning, Spirituality  Creativity: to shed another (new, unexpected) light to what is usual, common, customary
  11. 11. Meaning, Spirituality  Creativity: shed another (new, unexpected) light to what is usual, common, customary  Metaphor
  12. 12. Meaning, Spirituality  Creativity: shed another (new, unexpected) light to what is usual, common, customary  Metaphor  Values
  13. 13. Meaning, Spirituality  Creativity: shed another (new, unexpected) light to what is usual, common, customary  Metaphor  Values  Exemplary figures (exemplars)
  14. 14. ResilienceResilience andand CreativityCreativity Prof. dr. Joachim DuyndamProf. dr. Joachim Duyndam

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