Chapter VI:
Philosophical Implications of
Human Work
O Human work is a phenomenon
flowing from human nature geared
towards the achievement of certain
ends.
O Man is obliged to...
TO
SERVE
O It is through our jobs that our
creativity is usually called into play
in order to be more responsive to
the needs of ot...
1. Human Intelligence
OEndowed in every human individual; for it
to manifest, a person must utilize it.
OFunctions
OAbstra...
2. Human Will
OFaculty that makes the choice
OMay go or against the intellect
OWhen choice agrees with reality then
the re...
2. Human Emotions
OThe ability to feel given in a particular
stimulus
OActions and attitudes are in turn
affected by this
...
What causes job dissatisfaction?
OStress
ODiscrimination
OHarassment
OIntrigues
OLong hours of work
Chapter VII:
Human Dignity
O Values are so basic to man’s
existence, for they define what is
important, desirable or meaningful
to him.
O Ethics- philosophical science dealing with
the morality (natural law common to all) of
human acts
O Ideas on the Status ...
OEthical Theories
1. Self-realizationism- aims the total
development of a
person(potentials/talents)
2. Intuitionism- mora...
OEthical Theories
4. Pessimism- man is born to suffer
5.Stoicism- innate goodness(peace of
mind)
6.Epicureanism- focus on ...
O Man to be moral (Hospers)
O Self-interest
O Divine command
O Common interest
O Because it’s right
O Values System- indeed the criteria by
which norms themselves are judged
O Classification
1. Lower
-biological, economic,...
Chapter VIII:
Man and the
Divine Precepts
The 10 Commandments
Covenant with God
(through Moses at Mt. Sinai)
1. I am God. You honour and serve
only me.
2. Do not ma...
The 10 Commandments
5. Show respect for your mother and father.
6. Be loyal to your wife or husband – don’t go
off with an...
  Catholic/Lutheran Protestant/Orthodox Churches
1
I am the Lord your God: you shall
not have strange Gods before
me.
I am...
Chapter IX:
Do We know Ourselves
And if, by chance, that special place
That you've been dreaming of
Leads you to a lonely place
Find your strength in love
And if, by chance, that special place
That you've been dreaming of
Leads you to a lonely place
Find your strength in love
The greatest love of all
Is easy to achieve
Learning to love yourself
It is the greatest love of
Thank you! 
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  1. 1. Chapter VI: Philosophical Implications of Human Work
  2. 2. O Human work is a phenomenon flowing from human nature geared towards the achievement of certain ends. O Man is obliged to work because his human condition demands it.
  3. 3. TO SERVE
  4. 4. O It is through our jobs that our creativity is usually called into play in order to be more responsive to the needs of others.
  5. 5. 1. Human Intelligence OEndowed in every human individual; for it to manifest, a person must utilize it. OFunctions OAbstraction-to separate important from non-important OUnderstanding- makes the intelligence grasp reality Human Faculties Necessary in Human Work
  6. 6. 2. Human Will OFaculty that makes the choice OMay go or against the intellect OWhen choice agrees with reality then the result is good with man Human Faculties Necessary in Human Work
  7. 7. 2. Human Emotions OThe ability to feel given in a particular stimulus OActions and attitudes are in turn affected by this OStimulate man (significance) OAll emotions are good Human Faculties Necessary in Human Work
  8. 8. What causes job dissatisfaction? OStress ODiscrimination OHarassment OIntrigues OLong hours of work
  9. 9. Chapter VII: Human Dignity
  10. 10. O Values are so basic to man’s existence, for they define what is important, desirable or meaningful to him.
  11. 11. O Ethics- philosophical science dealing with the morality (natural law common to all) of human acts O Ideas on the Status of Ethics Reality- differs from time to time and culture to culture Subjectivity- no permanent/universal Objectivity- not all norms are applicable to all
  12. 12. OEthical Theories 1. Self-realizationism- aims the total development of a person(potentials/talents) 2. Intuitionism- morality is found within personality based from good motives 3. Utilitarianism- its basis of judgment is on consequence than motive
  13. 13. OEthical Theories 4. Pessimism- man is born to suffer 5.Stoicism- innate goodness(peace of mind) 6.Epicureanism- focus on the achievement of intellectual pleasure or enjoyment
  14. 14. O Man to be moral (Hospers) O Self-interest O Divine command O Common interest O Because it’s right
  15. 15. O Values System- indeed the criteria by which norms themselves are judged O Classification 1. Lower -biological, economic, affective, social 2. Higher - intellectual, aesthetic, moral, religious
  16. 16. Chapter VIII: Man and the Divine Precepts
  17. 17. The 10 Commandments Covenant with God (through Moses at Mt. Sinai) 1. I am God. You honour and serve only me. 2. Do not make idols, or bow down to them. 3. Treat God’s name with respect. 4.Keep the seventh day, Sunday – Sabbath, a day of rest.
  18. 18. The 10 Commandments 5. Show respect for your mother and father. 6. Be loyal to your wife or husband – don’t go off with another woman or man. 7.Do not steal. 8. Do not tell lies. 9. Don’t be jealous of your neighbour – do not be greedy for another person’s belongings. 10. Do not kill another human being.
  19. 19.   Catholic/Lutheran Protestant/Orthodox Churches 1 I am the Lord your God: you shall not have strange Gods before me. I am the Lord thy God which brought thee out of the land of Egypt. Thou shalt have no other gods before Me. 2 You shall not take the name of the Lord your God in Vain. Thou shalt not make unto thee any graven image. 3 Remember to keep holy the Lord's Day. Thou shalt not take the name of the Lord thy God in vain. 4 Honour your father and your mother. Remember the Sabbath Day. 5 You shall not kill. Honor thy father and mother. 6 You shall not commit adultry. Thou shalt not kill. 7 You shall not steal. Thou shalt not commit adultery. 8 You shall not bear false witness against your neighbour. Thou shalt not steal. 9 You shall not covet your neighbour's wife. Thou shalt not bear false witness against thy neighbor. 10 You shall not covet your Neighbour's goods. Thou shalt not covet thy neighbor's house nor his wife nor anything that belongs to him.
  20. 20. Chapter IX: Do We know Ourselves
  21. 21. And if, by chance, that special place That you've been dreaming of Leads you to a lonely place Find your strength in love
  22. 22. And if, by chance, that special place That you've been dreaming of Leads you to a lonely place Find your strength in love
  23. 23. The greatest love of all Is easy to achieve Learning to love yourself It is the greatest love of
  24. 24. Thank you! 

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