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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.
|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 ...
|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
|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 ...
|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
|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 ...
|For him personal existence is essentially self-realization, but self-realization in its |
deepest and most profound sense. Personal existence is process; it is becoming;
it is act. ... sense of becoming a Christian), but certainly for him the meaning of
personal existence becomes clear only to one who is in the process of becoming
|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