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Man and fellowman


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Man and fellowman

  1. 1. MAN AND FELLOWMAN By: Martin Buber 1. Introduction 2. Elements of the Interhuman 3. Phenomenology of Love 4. In search of Truth and Justice 5. The task of Man 6. ConclusionPhilosophy of ManTabor Hill College – OADSem. Marcelino Arcilla Rapayla Jr, OAD
  2. 2. Biography Martin Buber was an Austrian-born Jewish philosopher best known for his philosophy of dialogue, a form of existentialism centered on the distinction between the I–Thou relationship and the I–It relationship.
  3. 3. Elements of the Interhuman Reporter: Marcelino Rapayla Jr.
  4. 4. Is Adam in nature a social being?
  5. 5. No Man is an Island
  6. 6. BUBER: The Sphere of the Interhuman •The Interhuman is the•The Social is the life of life betweenthe group of people persons, thebound together by interpersonal, the lifecommon experiences of dialogue, The “I-and reactions. THOU”.
  7. 7. “I-Thou” is distinguish from “I-It”“I-It” relationship is the “I-Thou”, a person becomeshuman being dehumanize, aware of the other not as adepersonalized others. mere object.One way of distinguishing dialogue frommonologue is to describe the obstacles to dialoguewhich would be the characteristics of monologue.
  8. 8. Characteristics of Being Monologue• The first obstacle to dialogue is "SEEMING”, in contrast to “BEING”. 9
  9. 9. Characteristics of Being Monologue• "SEEMING” • Buber: “Man is distinguishes from the seeking confirmation “Genuine Seeming.” of his being.” 10
  10. 10. Philosophy of ManTabor Hill College – OADSem. Marcelino Arcilla Rapayla Jr, OAD
  11. 11. Characteristics of Being Monologue• The third obstacle to dialogue is IMPOSITION, in contrast to UNFOLDING. 12
  12. 12. Hindrance in the Interhuman:Seeming, Imposition, I-it relationship “It’s wrong to pretend.”
  13. 13. Genuine Dialogue maintains a climate of great faithfulness, re spect and There is truthfulness.turning to the partner orturning of the being – “personal making present” 14
  14. 14. Philosophy of ManTabor Hill College – OADSem. Marcelino Arcilla Rapayla Jr, OAD
  15. 15. Philosophy of ManTabor Hill College – OADSem. Marcelino Arcilla Rapayla Jr, OAD
  16. 16. PHENOMENOLOGY OF LOVEPART 1Reporter: Franklin Bating 17
  17. 17. Phenomenology of Love: Part 1• Loneliness & Love  Experience of Love begins from the experience of loneliness.• The loving encounter  I-thou communication• Reciprocity of Love  Basis of love (the love of self)• Creativity of Love  Being togetherness
  18. 18. PHENOMENOLOGY OF LOVEPART 2Reporter: Dennis Zamora 19
  19. 19. Phenomenology of Love: Part 2• Union of Love  The action of being joined.  Communion – Sharing of thoughts and feelings.• The Gift of Self  Love is sharing myself to others.  The gift of self is offered to other self.  Crucifixion of Jesus• Love is Historical  Love at first sight –Cleopatra & Mark Anthony
  20. 20. Phenomenology of Love: Part 2• Equality in Love  Everyone has the same rights and advantages.  President Obama’s love - Commitment.• Love is Total  Marriage• Love is Eternal  Till death do us part• Love and Sex are Sacred  Marriage is sacred Click here!
  21. 21. What is Truth & Justice?
  22. 22. IN SEARCH OF TRUTH ANDJUSTICEReporter: Alfie Dingal 23
  23. 23. Gabriel Marcel: Truth and Justice• Truth will ultimately prevail where there is pains taken to bring it to light. - GEORGE WASHINGTON• Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere. - Martin Luther King, Jr.
  24. 24. Gabriel Marcel: Truth and Justice• In matters of truth and justice, there is no difference between large and small problems, for issues concerning the treatment of people are all the same. - Albert Einstein• Peace is not an absence of war, it is a virtue, a state of mind, a disposition for benevolence, confidence, justice. - Baruch Spinoza Click here!
  25. 25. THE TASK OF MANReporter: Jeson Eric Gavez 26
  26. 26. Man is task to respond• To Know• To Cultivate• To Love• To Live your life to the fullest Click here!
  27. 27. TO SUM UP To be a man is a gift, to be fullyhuman is a right. This is our challenge, avery personal challenge. There is no limitto our potentials. Hence, enriched with theexperience of knowing, you are now askedto actualize your potentials, to be you, tolive your life to the fullest and to make adifference. 28
  28. 28. TO SUM UPReporter: Marcelino Rapayla Jr. 29