2 edition of Elements of self-knowledge found in the catalog.
Elements of self-knowledge
Robert Charles Dallas
|Statement||compiled, arranged, and partly written, by R.C. Dallas.|
|LC Classifications||BF151 .D3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxiv, 464 p. :|
|Number of Pages||464|
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Substantial self-knowledge is knowledge of your ‘true’ self but you don’t have to think that way. The important point about substantial self-knowledge is that it represents a genuine cognitive achievement and has an obvious claim (which may or may not turn out to be right) to being regarded as Size: KB.
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SELF-KNOWLEDGE 11 SELF-IGNORANCE It can be easier to master the dynamics of another planet than to grasp what is at play in the folds of our own brains.
We need not blame ourselves for our poor grasp of our own minds. The problem is inherent in the very architecture of the brain, an organ that evolved over millennia forFile Size: 38KB. The three elements, earth, water and fire are termed Murta (with form) and air and ether Amurta (formless).
On account of the heat of summer the earth is scorched up. The earth becomes fallow, but the roots of vegetation remain underground. During the rainy season all the roots germinate again with full Size: KB.
Self-knowledge grows as we objectively explore the nature of body, mind and feelings in a detached, non-judgemental manner. “Self-knowledge is an aim, but it is also a means.
Self-knowledge is a means of deeper understanding and ultimately of self-realization.” To face ourselves scientifically we must accept the facts as they are without agree-File Size: KB. In this chapter, we will examine the acquisition and application of self-knowledge.
In the first section, you will study various sources of self-knowledge. Here you will see that individuals learn about themselves by consulting the physical world, the social world, and the psychological world of thoughts, feelings and behavior.
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CHAPTER EIGHT - SELF-KNOWLEDGE INTRODUCTION TO CHAPTER Our quest for Truth must begin with self-knowledge. Our first step toward spiritual enlightenment is the awareness that we have an inherent knowledge of the truth about ourselves and God. In this chapter we will consider the concept of self-knowledge in relation to our spiritual unfoldment.
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Self-concept is an individual's knowledge of who he or she is. According to Carl Rogers, self-concept has three components: self-image, self-esteem, and the ideal self.
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About the Book:SELF-KNOWLEDGE SWAMI ABHEDANANDA has taught in this volume that knowledge of the Self lies at the root of all knowledge, whether of science, philosophy or religion. Men, who desire intellectual, moral, and spiritual development, must learn to discriminate between spirit and matter, soul and body and then realize the ground of the universe.
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Self-Knowledge is Size: KB. The Theaetetus’ most important similarity to other Platonic dialogues is that it is aporetic—it is a dialogue that ends in an impasse. The Theaetetus reviews three definitions of knowledge in turn; plus, in a preliminary discussion, one would-be definition which, it is said, does not really count.
Each of these proposals is rejected, and no. A quest is a journey undertaken by a story's protagonist, who usually overcomes a series of obstacles, gaining the end benefits of self-knowledge. entertai n “self-knowledge propositions,” typically appealed to in foundatio nalist epistemology, which suggest otherwise, or so it seems to me.
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