The Theory of Original Human Nature is traditionally related to categories of being and in many cases to Metaphysics. Throughout history many have examined human nature as questions of existence and secondly, as the problems of relationship. Buddha, Christ, Socrates, Descartes, Kant, Hegel, Kierkegaard and many others, have undertaken such tasks. Today there are also animated discussions lying along the lines of psychological self-actualization proposals and attachment theories. Of late therefore, psychological proponents have added to the groundswell of thinking, issues concerning existence, being, and the relational field. It is notable that transpersonal psychologies, for example, frequently touch upon theories of a true self mentioned frequently within the disciplines' catalogue. The Theory of Original Being, here proposed by Sang Hun Lee, nevertheless, focuses on this topic more exclusively from the field of religious philosophy.
Rather than posit purely philosophical arguments, The Theory of Original Nature is metaphysical in its dimensions, yet pragmatic in its approach. The self as a fulcrum of consciousness is therefore proposed as a matrix of conscious expressions, events and behaviors. The Theory of Original Nature thus extends from a theoretical proposition to forms of broad creativity concretely expressed by an authentic self, in the arts, sciences, philosophy, ethics and social morality. The first principle to be established belongs to the ethical structures of the self. The second belongs to virtuous behaviors expressed in the social political and cultural fields. The examination of self and beingness, is therefore supremely important
This true self is tied organically to the natural world, the human landscape in general and to the democratic world within principles of natural law; the rights of man being extrapolated from innate states and metaphysical postulates. Systems theories including the psyche and constitutions are organic by nature, either functioning authentically by natural law or conflated by the dysfunctional self and proliferated as theories and practices of a dystopian dimension. It is therefore important to come to terms with achievable states of optimum health at all levels. Essential to this proposition is that self and other systems, be it family, social or political, be marked throughout by, ‘concern-consciousness,’ a theory whereby everything matters. Lying close to the Theory of the Original Image (Logos) and Ontology, this hypothesis is extracted from Logos viewed as a general creative proposition. This theory of Original nature is therefore tied to a philosophy of Monism and to a grand theory of unification, a systems theory well worth considering in the light of today’s confusion. At the end of this section, some existentialists are reconsidered from the perspective of the work.
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