Thus it is concerned with the analysis of such concepts as the concepts of percep-tion, thought and intentional agency. Philosophy, along with literature and all the arts of creative intelligence, has recognized and articulated the universal human desire and urgent quest for God that begins with reason’s capacity to move beyond contingency toward the infinite. "tD(��y��s8�Ӵ ._��������}��p\ѵ��z�����wl�y��?�hEf�ݿ̉��΋Hd�_ L��N�E��N�ۢ�a��{�(�=�� ��G2̳[�'��(RyZ�@6��G����i���� O�n]�VG�EB|�,�Y�������}��u��8sM\U���~��f=�K�/�}��:���@�v:;����o�wۓQ��苰f�Q��k������~W�L����|��. (Peters and Burbules, 2004, p. 5) Despite the force of the discussion above (which, incidentally, is itself an example of a philosopher’s mind at work), this chapter needs to start somewhere. Deontologism and utilitarism. This computer-based phenomenon leaps across national bounda-ries, inviting input and sharing of creative ideas, connecting individuals who share common interests. Its most distinctive feature is its use of logical argument. Introduction to philosophy: main divisions, concepts and methods. 1 0 obj<>/Font<>/ProcSet[/PDF/Text]/ExtGState<>>>/LastModified(D:20090915180342)>> endobj 5 0 obj<> endobj 6 0 obj<>/Font<>/XObject<>/ProcSet[/PDF/Text/ImageB]/ExtGState<>>> endobj 7 0 obj<>stream Philosophers typically deal in arguments: they either invent them, criticize other people’s, or do both. (of institutions), new concepts, and new forms of analysis (of power) … . The derivation of the word "philosophy" from the Greek is suggested by the following words and word-fragments. 5 0 obj View THE CONCEPT OF PHILOSOPHY.pdf from RS 306 at California State University, Northridge. Plato’s teaching method and concept of philosophy (διαλεκτική ) as quest for the (είδος) of each thing: what is serious and what is playful in Plato’s “philosophical poetry.” the need for a rigorous, life-long formation in the arts and sciences ( παιδέια ) for the right ordering of the soul ( ψυχή ) and the city (πόλις). Suppose one has it (the Gyges Ring) he can do anything without being detected. ON PHILOSOPHY n “The Unexamined life is not worth living” (Socrates in Plato’s The 1.3 CONCEPT OF PHILOSOPHY OF EDUCATION All human societies, past and present, have had a vested interest in education; and some wits have claimed that teaching (at its best an educational activity) is the second oldest profession. x��][��q��PI�%Z�/�n�$>T��s�$��8~��7m��@ -���ҷ����jf)[�1��S]]]�����usn����C����?���������#=����/���/���?�p�۷���m��p��7�u]�&Bm���\��z���?<>}�����Z��x^'����z;������4��x�0�ج���s�w�0���=��8����v�N}��f>��:�O`�#�،n������Y��t{����uX�F�!n��ͧ'�a\�,����O�k7�0����r�y� �~�N��y�������2�W��y��Ў�/��x(/a4���/�4��g^�a���%Z��4����C?9 3. Our discussion of the concept of education and the concept of philosophy form the basis of arriving at the definition of philosophy of education. Divisions of Philosophy. philosophy concepts (of institutions), new concepts, and new forms of analysis (of power) … . Abstract: Philosophy, philosophical inquiry, and the main branches of philosophy are characterized. H��Wͮ�6��)����H��I��&)R����h��e�V"K�(����$�>�CR�D5 �]���yx~�����QR/JHEA�"�Q�XF6�fA�8���4�ݷ�����aЈ�YBB��, This has the po-tential for empowering the people themselves to act with en-lightened humane self-interest. and technology, of philosophy, of history and the arts. They also analyse and clarify concepts. 1.3 CONCEPT OF PHILOSOPHY OF EDUCATION All human societies, past and present, have had a vested interest in education; and some wits have claimed that teaching (at its best an educational activity) is the second oldest profession. Three Concepts of Philosophy - Free download as Word Doc (.doc / .docx), PDF File (.pdf), Text File (.txt) or read online for free. Practical philosophy: Ethics. The philosophical ana-lysis of a concept is not to be confused with a mere account Ethical theories: virtue ethics, 'love thy neighbour' ethics, ethics of natural rights, ethics of the social contract. Its most distinctive feature is its use of logical argument. Philosophy is an activity: it is a way of thinking about certain sorts of question. %PDF-1.5 %���� philosophy concepts philo—love of, affinity for, liking of; philander—to engage in love affairs frivolously; philanthropy—love of mankind in general; phil Philosophers do not read rules; therefore they are autonomous* beings.