Human person, society and state a collection of essays by Paul David Devanandan

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Published by Committee for Literature on Social Concerns in Bangalore .

Written in English

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  • Sociology

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Statementedited by P.D. Devanandan, M.M. Thomas.
SeriesSocial concerns series -- no. 6
ContributionsThomas, M. M. 1916-1996
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Open LibraryOL19549730M

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Human person in society 1. HUMAN PERSON IN SOCIETY INTRODUCTION TO THE PHILOSOPHY OF THE HUMAN PERSON PROF.

GUILLERMO NIKUS A. TELAN 2. EVALUATE THE FORMATION OF HUMAN RELATIONSHIP & HOW INDIVIDUALS ARE SHAPED BY THEIR SOCIAL CONTEXT 3. Recognize how individuals form societies & How. The Council Fathers, after explaining in the Dogmatic Constitution on the Church Lumen Gentium the origin, essence, and mission of the Church, speak in Gaudium et Spes of the salvific service of the Church for the integral development of the human person.

“The human person deserves to be preserved; human society deserves to be renewed. In truth, if human society were a society of pure persons, the good of society and the good of each person would be one and the same good.

But man is very far from being a pure person; the human person is the person of a poor material individual, of an animal born more helpless than any other animal.

Swift never draws up a formula for an ideal state and society because he does not believe that one exists. However, by showing the goods and ills of the vastly different societies Gulliver visits, Swift implicitly points out the errors of human society while also cautioning against the embrace of certain “utopian” solutions.

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