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|If on the contrary the self does not become itself, it is in despair, whether it knows |
it or not. However, a self, every instant it exists, is in process of becoming, for the
self [potentially] does not actually exist, it is only that which it is to become.
|In the first place, what is in process could never really be itself, if being were only |
univocal; univocal being is self-subverting. In the second place, what is in
process could not become itself, did it not so oppose itself, contradict itself, in the
|This process of self-becoming is biblically not a solitary matter between a person |
and God. Moses will become Moses only through his leadership in the liberation
struggles of the I Iebrew people. Moses needs the Hebrew tribal community to ...
|Imperceptibly, by means of this philosophical reflection, process has become |
almost exclusively identified with mentality, and vice versa. This is so ... (and not
just some part labeled the "self" ) comes into being by the activity of
|the same logical structure as human thought, but the process of divine self- |
realization is understood to be the work of ... to the truth that being is the process
of becoming self-conscious spirit, but Hegel argues "only [philosophical] Science
is its ...
|It has to begin the process of becoming objective or putting itself out-there. ... |
Being in objective space requires not only that the self-consciousness make itself
for another, but also that the "other" succeeds in reading it and identifying it as a ...
|Yet every moment that a self exists, it is in a process of becoming, for the self |
mxroi Stivotpw [in potentiality] does not actually exist, ... No form of despair can
be defined directly (that is, undialectically), but only by reflecting upon its
|For instance, G. H. Mead writes: "To be self-conscious is essentially to become |
an object to one's self in virtue of one's social ... of G. H. Mead, tatemae
represents the process of "socialization" (shakaika) whereby the self internalizes
the attitudes of its ... Moreover, by his references to Mead's thought Doi wishes to
underscore that the individual self-consciousness of honne arises only by
becoming an ...
|Duringthe Modern Period, the social nature of man was not completely rejected |
but postulated only in a derivative sense, for in ... act of being is only possible
because, like everything else in the universe, the self is in the process of