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authentic morality

Lepp, Ignace

authentic morality

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Published by Macmillan in [New York] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Conduct of life

  • Edition Notes

    Translation of La morale nouvelle.

    StatementTranslated by Bernard Murchland.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBJ1582 L463 1970
    The Physical Object
    Pagination203p.
    Number of Pages203
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17380769M

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    The authors identify three character authentic morality book that they believe particularly influence moral character and can be consciously cultivated: truthfulness, humility, and faith. Why should people do what is right and not do what is wrong? Varga, S. And thus religion becomes a spontaneous and exquisite devotion, the living experience of the loyalty of love. One might thus conclude that there is no way to be true to what one is, because there is nothing that one is.

    Your mind learns co-operation, learns how to plan with other authentic morality book wiser beings. Faith becomes the connection between moral consciousness and the spiritual concept of enduring reality. Dreyfus, Hubert L,Being-in-the-World. If the ideal of authenticity is possible only in a free society with a solid foundation of established social virtues, it would seem that trying to be authentic, if it is to be coherent, must involve a commitment to sustaining and nurturing the type of society in which such an ideal is possible.


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It is a personal and freewill matter and must be disseminated by the contagion of the contact of morally fragrant persons with those who are less morally responsive, but who are also in some measure desirous of doing the Father's will.

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Virtue is not mere knowledge nor yet wisdom but rather the reality of progressive experience in the attainment of ascending levels of cosmic achievement.

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If the ideal of authenticity is possible only in a free society with a solid foundation of established social virtues, it would seem that trying to be authentic, if it is to be coherent, must involve a commitment to sustaining and nurturing the type of society in which such an ideal is possible.

According to the ethic of autonomy, each individual should follow those norms he or she can will on the basis of rational reflective endorsement. In addition to the focus on authenticity in " Sheldrake, Philip F. As civilization progressed, and since religion continued to pursue the same unwise course of overemphasizing the goodness of God to the relative exclusion of truth and neglect of beauty, there developed an increasing tendency for certain types of men to turn away from the abstract and dissociated concept of isolated goodness.

In Sartre's view, this experience, necessary for the state of authenticity, can be so unpleasant that it leads people to inauthentic ways of living.

God is not a hypothesis formulated to unify the human concepts of truth, beauty, and goodness; he is the personality of love from whom all of these universe manifestations are derived. Situations like these indicate the importance of processing one's crucibles: people need not feel like victims or stuff their experiences deep inside themselves.

Why should people do what is right and not do what is wrong?The humanist ascribes the origin of this urge to the natural working of the material mind; the religionist more correctly recognizes that the truly unselfish drive of mortal mind is in response to the inner spirit leadings of the Thought Adjuster.

~ The Urantia Book, Morality and religion are not necessarily the same. Mar 25,  · The link between authenticity and morality and psychological health is not intuitively obvious. Some philosophers have indeed argued that the desire to be authentic -- to act in a way that is consistent with one's values and sense of self -- is linked to tjarrodbonta.com: Wray Herbert.

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To Thine Own Self: The Psychology of Authenticity

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