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 Discuss the different representations and conceptualization of the self from
various disciplinal perspectives.
 Examine the different influences, factors and forces that shape the self; and
 Compare and contrast how the self has been represented across the different
disciplines and perspectives.
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It is rooted in the human need to understand
the basis of the experiences of the “self.”
 Numerous studies have been conducted and
various approaches have been developed from
concepts about it.
Philosophers from ancient to contemporary
times sought to describe the essential qualities
that compose a person’s uniqueness.
“The unexamined life is not worth living.”
 Examination of one’s self, as well as the question about how one ought
to live one’s life, are very important concerns because only by knowing
yourself can you hope to improve your life
 Realities: physical and ideal realms.
 Physical- changeable, transient, imperfect (BODY)
 Ideal- unchangeable, eternal, perfect (SOUL)
 Self is the essence of soul.
 Reason- a tool used by soul to achieve perfection.
 As long as soul tied to the body, soul cannot achieve it’s perfect state
(continuous reflection is a must).
GREEK PHILOSOPHER, FOUNDED THE ACADEMY
 Man is a dual nature of body and soul.
 Tripartite Self
Composition of the Soul:
 Reason — our divine essence that enables us to think deeply, make wise choices, and achieve a
true understanding of eternal truths.
 Physical Appetite — our basic biological needs such as hunger, thirst, and sexual desire.
 Spirit or Passion — our basic emotions such as love, anger, ambition, aggressiveness, empathy
 Man- omniscient or all-knowing before he came to be born into this world.
 Contemplation- allows man to regain perfections.
 Defined the soul as the core essence of a living being, but argued against its
having a separate existence.
 Body and soul: not separate entities.
 Soul is not ghostly occupant of the body. It is the first activity in the body, it cannot
be immortal.
 Humans have bodies for rational activity
 Three classifications of soul: vegetative, sentient, rational
 He believed that the human being was both a soul and body.
 Augustine emphasized the importance of the will, the ability to
choose between good and evil.
 The fundamental religious duty is to love and serve God; if we can succeed
in this, we will also choose the good and avoid the evil. But humans are
now constantly attracted towards evil, that is, toward excessive
satisfaction of our lower desires for material things and pleasures.
 Early in his philosophical development he describes the body as a “snare”
and a “cage” for the soul. He considers the body a “slave” to the soul, and
sees their relation as contentious: “The soul makes war with the body.”
 Infused Christianity but focused on Aristotle’s philosophy.
 Self is composed of matter and form.
 Matter: common stuff that makes up everything
 Form: essence of substance or thing
 Theory of Self-knowledge- all our self-knowledge is dependent on our experience of
the world around us.
 Soul animates the body.
Cogito, Ergo Sum—“I Think, Therefore I Am.”
 Man- thinking entity distinct from the body
 No one has ever doubt his own existence.
 All of us exist because of our thinking ability.
 Believe in body-mind dualism.
 Self as thinking entity.
 Self as physical body.
 Must use his mind and thinking abilities to investigate and develop himself.
“SELF” - He defines the self as "that conscious thinking thing, (whatever substance,
made up of whether spiritual, or material, simple, or compounded, it matters not) which
is sensible, or conscious of pleasure and pain, capable of happiness or misery, and so
is concerned for itself, as far as that consciousness extends".
 Locke posits an "empty" mind, a tabula rasa, which is shaped by
experience; sensations and reflections being the two sources
of all our ideas.
 There is no self.
 Man- has no clear and intelligible idea of himself.
 Self- bundle or collection of different perceptions.
 Hume divided the mind’s perceptions into two groups: impressions and ideas.
 Impression- basic objects of our experience or sensation
 Ideas- copies of impressions.
 We construct the Self
 Our primary experience of the world is not in terms of a
disconnected stream of sensations (feelings).
 All our knowledge begins with experience, but it does not follow that it all arises out of
experience.
 Two components of self: Inner self and outer self.
 Man- only creature who governs and directs himself and his actions.
 Respect for self.
 Should not be treated as tool.
 Should be treated equally.
I act therefore I am.
Self is the same as bodily
behavior.
Mind is a concept that
expresses the entire system of
thoughts, emotions, actions,
and so on that make up the
human self.
The way we act is the same as
who we are.
Believe that to fully understand
the nature of the mind we have to
fully understand the nature of
the brain.
Views that we need to develop a
new, neuroscience-based
vocabulary that will enable us to
think and communicate clearly
about the mind, consciousness,
and human experience which he
call as “eliminative materialism.”
Views that the division
between the “mind” and the
“body” is a product of confused
thinking.
Self is embodied subjectivity.
Body and mind are
intertwined.
body acts what the mind
perceives as a unified one.
Anthropology views the “self” as a culturally
shaped construct or idea. Anthropologists assert
that it is an autonomous participant in the society
as much as it is submerged in the community.
Anthropologist and professor
“Self” is illusory. “People construct a series of self-
representations that are based on selected cultural
concepts of person and selected chains of personal
memories. Each self-concept is experienced as whole and
continuous, with its own history and memories that
emerge in a specific context to be replaced by another self-
representation when the context changes.”
Nueroscientist
Conceptualized the implicit and explicit aspects of the self.
explicit self- aspect of the self that you are consciously
aware of.
implicit aspect - the one that is not immediately available
to the consciousness.
Self is not static; it is added to and subtracted from by
genetic maturation, learning, forgetting, stress, ageing,
and disease.”
Culture can influence
how you view:
relationships,
personality traits,
achievement, and
expressing emotions.

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  • 2.  Discuss the different representations and conceptualization of the self from various disciplinal perspectives.  Examine the different influences, factors and forces that shape the self; and  Compare and contrast how the self has been represented across the different disciplines and perspectives.
  • 5. It is rooted in the human need to understand the basis of the experiences of the “self.”  Numerous studies have been conducted and various approaches have been developed from concepts about it.
  • 6. Philosophers from ancient to contemporary times sought to describe the essential qualities that compose a person’s uniqueness.
  • 7. “The unexamined life is not worth living.”  Examination of one’s self, as well as the question about how one ought to live one’s life, are very important concerns because only by knowing yourself can you hope to improve your life  Realities: physical and ideal realms.  Physical- changeable, transient, imperfect (BODY)  Ideal- unchangeable, eternal, perfect (SOUL)  Self is the essence of soul.  Reason- a tool used by soul to achieve perfection.  As long as soul tied to the body, soul cannot achieve it’s perfect state (continuous reflection is a must).
  • 8. GREEK PHILOSOPHER, FOUNDED THE ACADEMY  Man is a dual nature of body and soul.  Tripartite Self Composition of the Soul:  Reason — our divine essence that enables us to think deeply, make wise choices, and achieve a true understanding of eternal truths.  Physical Appetite — our basic biological needs such as hunger, thirst, and sexual desire.  Spirit or Passion — our basic emotions such as love, anger, ambition, aggressiveness, empathy  Man- omniscient or all-knowing before he came to be born into this world.  Contemplation- allows man to regain perfections.
  • 9.  Defined the soul as the core essence of a living being, but argued against its having a separate existence.  Body and soul: not separate entities.  Soul is not ghostly occupant of the body. It is the first activity in the body, it cannot be immortal.  Humans have bodies for rational activity  Three classifications of soul: vegetative, sentient, rational
  • 10.  He believed that the human being was both a soul and body.  Augustine emphasized the importance of the will, the ability to choose between good and evil.  The fundamental religious duty is to love and serve God; if we can succeed in this, we will also choose the good and avoid the evil. But humans are now constantly attracted towards evil, that is, toward excessive satisfaction of our lower desires for material things and pleasures.  Early in his philosophical development he describes the body as a “snare” and a “cage” for the soul. He considers the body a “slave” to the soul, and sees their relation as contentious: “The soul makes war with the body.”
  • 11.  Infused Christianity but focused on Aristotle’s philosophy.  Self is composed of matter and form.  Matter: common stuff that makes up everything  Form: essence of substance or thing  Theory of Self-knowledge- all our self-knowledge is dependent on our experience of the world around us.  Soul animates the body.
  • 12. Cogito, Ergo Sum—“I Think, Therefore I Am.”  Man- thinking entity distinct from the body  No one has ever doubt his own existence.  All of us exist because of our thinking ability.  Believe in body-mind dualism.  Self as thinking entity.  Self as physical body.  Must use his mind and thinking abilities to investigate and develop himself.
  • 13. “SELF” - He defines the self as "that conscious thinking thing, (whatever substance, made up of whether spiritual, or material, simple, or compounded, it matters not) which is sensible, or conscious of pleasure and pain, capable of happiness or misery, and so is concerned for itself, as far as that consciousness extends".  Locke posits an "empty" mind, a tabula rasa, which is shaped by experience; sensations and reflections being the two sources of all our ideas.
  • 14.  There is no self.  Man- has no clear and intelligible idea of himself.  Self- bundle or collection of different perceptions.  Hume divided the mind’s perceptions into two groups: impressions and ideas.  Impression- basic objects of our experience or sensation  Ideas- copies of impressions.
  • 15.  We construct the Self  Our primary experience of the world is not in terms of a disconnected stream of sensations (feelings).  All our knowledge begins with experience, but it does not follow that it all arises out of experience.  Two components of self: Inner self and outer self.  Man- only creature who governs and directs himself and his actions.  Respect for self.  Should not be treated as tool.  Should be treated equally.
  • 16. I act therefore I am. Self is the same as bodily behavior. Mind is a concept that expresses the entire system of thoughts, emotions, actions, and so on that make up the human self. The way we act is the same as who we are.
  • 17. Believe that to fully understand the nature of the mind we have to fully understand the nature of the brain. Views that we need to develop a new, neuroscience-based vocabulary that will enable us to think and communicate clearly about the mind, consciousness, and human experience which he call as “eliminative materialism.”
  • 18. Views that the division between the “mind” and the “body” is a product of confused thinking. Self is embodied subjectivity. Body and mind are intertwined. body acts what the mind perceives as a unified one.
  • 19. Anthropology views the “self” as a culturally shaped construct or idea. Anthropologists assert that it is an autonomous participant in the society as much as it is submerged in the community.
  • 20. Anthropologist and professor “Self” is illusory. “People construct a series of self- representations that are based on selected cultural concepts of person and selected chains of personal memories. Each self-concept is experienced as whole and continuous, with its own history and memories that emerge in a specific context to be replaced by another self- representation when the context changes.”
  • 21. Nueroscientist Conceptualized the implicit and explicit aspects of the self. explicit self- aspect of the self that you are consciously aware of. implicit aspect - the one that is not immediately available to the consciousness. Self is not static; it is added to and subtracted from by genetic maturation, learning, forgetting, stress, ageing, and disease.”
  • 22. Culture can influence how you view: relationships, personality traits, achievement, and expressing emotions.