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|one's own independence, and, moreover, one then becomes determined to |
prove his own freedom and ... The master, although self-sufficient in the sense of
having the slave dependent on him, is also dependent on this dependence.
James F. Masterson, M.D., M D Ralph Klein, Ralph Klein, M.D. - 2013 - 448 pages
|term master. The self representation linked to the experience of the object as |
the master is that of a slave. The nature of the attachment of the schizoid ... The
essence of enslavement is that one possesses nothing that can be called one's
Kathleen M. Higgins, Robert C. Solomon, Was Quincy Lee Centennial Centennial Professor of Business and Philosophy and Distinguished Teaching Professor Robert C Solomon - 2003 - 440 pages
|Thus Hegel argues that self-consciousness requires the presence of another for |
one's own self-consciousness. ... a master, while the other becomes a
consciousness 'for another, a slave whose essence, Hegel comments, is life,
|To satisfy the desires of the master, the slave must repress all personal instincts, |
and transcend his or her own ego. ... Stoicism here implies a withdrawal into the
self and away from the world where one might find some sort of inner liberty.
|... master. Recognition, as we can see, is the activity of making one's own self-|
consciousness a home for another will, so that the other will can inhabit it. ... In
this way, the master and slave exemplify two features of free subjectivity. The
|But a literal destruction would defeat its own purpose. For consciousness of one's |
own selfhood demands as a condition the recognition of this selfhood by another
self. There thus arises the master-slave relationship. The master is the one ...
|Henceforth, one party will be master, the other slave.13 It may seem that there is |
something perverse in the attempt to ... The roles of master and slave contain the
seeds of their own destruction, because, it turns out, the condition of slavery is ...
|Too often a person will get religion and begin a crusade toward those on the |
outside as oppose to a crusade directed toward ones own inner self. Mr. Carlin
should understand that Adolph Hitler and slave masters in America were not all ...
|with nature, deals with something which is involved in, and necessary to, its own |
being. ... is meant here a cooperative understanding of 'the other' as a necessary
condition of one's own self-consciousness. ... In a general way the rise of self-
conscious freedom has been well illustrated in Master-Slave relationship in his ...
Richard Kraut - 1991 - 379 pages
|And the third passage confirms this interpretation by comparing the master's rule |
over a slave to a tyrant's rule. ... In the relationship between a natural slave and a
natural master, the good of another person provides a stronger reason for action
than self-interest, and this remains ... And this means that one should never treat
one's own good as something to be promoted because in doing so one will best ...