DANILO F. MARIBAO
PALIPARAN III SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
DASMARINAS CITY, CAVITE
1. Group the class into 5 groups
2. Each group must appoint for a
leader and secretary.
3. Once you hear “what is your score”
the group must announce their
4. The first group who announce their
score will get an additional points.
5. Highest score gets 10pts- 8 pts- 6
pts- 4 pts.-2 pts
WHAT IS SOCIETY?
Refers to a large, independent, and
organized group of people living in
the same territory and sharing a
common culture and heritage.
People within society impart to its
other knowledge, skills, and behaviors
through their various everyday
These interactions are often governed
by written and unwritten rules that
reflect the shared ideas, views, and
values of the members of society.
Society can take many forms and has
evolved to develop various
characteristics. The simplest and
earliest societies are the hunting –and
–gathering societies that adopt a
lifestyle dependent on resources
readily available from their
These societies are often described as
“primitive” since they utilize the
• Nomadic tribes such as the San in
Africa and small tribes found in
remote locations throughout the
Agricultural Societies are those
engaged primarily in agricultural
activities such as farming, fishing, and
livestock-raising as a primary way of
Industrial Societies are centered on
mechanized production and the
exchange of goods and services.
Modern Societies are technologically-
advanced societies characterized by
industry, mass production, and
advance communication and
Advances of technology, meanwhile,
have enabled people to establish
“virtual societies” that are not
confined by territory and are
composed of individuals coming from
various social backgrounds.
• Social Media
• Online message
• Online games
Social Philosophy focus on studying
society and its influence on the human
It applies philosophical concepts in a
social context and looks into how social
interactions shape people’s perception.
Experience, ideas, and values.
Topics related to Social Philosophy:
• Social ontology
• Social ethics
• Human rights
The ideas and discussions in Social
Philosophy often influence other social
sciences such as:
• Political Science
HOW IS SOCIETY FORMED?
Humans are considered to have natural
tendency to cooperate and organize,
and society is a natural outcome of this
human to socialize.
During the Enlightenment, social
philosophers pondered on the natural
laws to govern societies, and in their
discussions, several philosophers put
forth their ideas regarding the
formation of societies.
is best known for his
and deservedly so.
His vision of the
world is strikingly
original and still
a person or group empowered to
decide every social and political
Social Contract an agreement where
individuals sacrifice some of their
wants and submit to a higher
The man was an
intellectual titan, one
whose thoughts and
ideas can be found
Social Contract is a covenant among
individuals to cooperate and share
burden of upholding the welfare of
progression of the
sciences and arts
has caused the
Social Contract give emphasis to
individual decision-making in
Upon awarding him the
Medal in 1999,
President Bill Clinton
praised John Rawls as
“perhaps the greatest
political philosopher of
the twentieth century”
who “helped a whole
generation of learned
Americans revive their
faith in democracy
Social Contract –that human beings
approach social cooperation in a
rational manner in order to meet
their individual self-interests.
He imagined humans as having a
“veil of ignorance” or no knowledge
of one’s own formation.
follows in the
tradition of Hobbes
Gauthier of the
Morals By Agreement, he argues
that voluntary compliance with
moral rules, even in the absence of
enforcement, is in one’s rational
self-interest. Specifically, he
contends that one should become
a constrained maximizer, a person
disposed to cooperate with others
on the condition that they expect
others to cooperate.
How does Society influence the
Socialization the process by
which an individual learns the
prevailing behaviors, attitudes, and
values within his or her society, a
person adopts a set of ideals and
behavior considered appropriate
within his or her own society.
Stanford Prison Experiment
Conducted 1971 in Stanford
Twenty four male volunteers, who
were of sound mental state and had
a history of violence, were made
participate in a simulated person
environment in order to determine
the factors that led to prisoner
abuse in actual prisons.
Entail a set of expected behaviors
that must be performed by a person.
Normative Democratic Theory
Is a perspective which considers a
democratic society as morally
Western Society is recognized to be
more individualistic and secular
and often embody these values in
They are more likely to be seen as
being assertive and direct in the
dealings with others.
Asian societies are more rigid and
formal in their social dealings as
they value respect, familial
relations, and social status.
How does our own society define
our identity as Filipinos?
Our own Filipino society has a set of
social values that govern our
everyday interactions and define
our character as uniquely Filipino
Evident in Filipino Society:
• Close family ties
• Extended family relations
• Community relations
Traditions that contribute to
Religion also occupies an important
role in Filipino Society.
Majority of Filipinos profess in
Christian faith and religion has
significant influence in many
traditions and practices.
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