Authentic Relating:summary-reflection on Karol Wojtyla's \

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February 8, 2013

 

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The first dealing with soi (I) in relation to its ontology and concrete action. And the second dealing with the concept of autrui (other) in that there is a world consciousness that includes all peoples and readily presents to I the very concept of another. Thus when we speak of soi as the I, the two cognitive situations must be considered (consciousness, the real subject who experiences himself and the other)...
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But understanding the problem of soi- autrui necessitates a study of the experience i.e. action or act. The pope then establishes the concepts of I- self and other. Consciousness is very much connected to the act in that the former conditions the full manifestation of the I through the latter. However, consciousness alone cannot form the act (conscious activity), there is a need for the will to bring about a conscious action self consciousness coupled by the will constitute self- determination...
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