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|But it can and does bring an important kind of harm if we are harmed by the loss |
of important goods we could have had if ... as they must be if we are not harmed
by their loss, then the value they would have had if we had enjoyed them must be
... respect we are no different from countless others throughout the ages
struggling with their awareness of their mortality, we ... shadow over our lives that
may have some effect upon us even when our attention is largely devoted to
|But some of us also plan to accomplish more or to make ourselves ready to |
accomplish more. Often we do not ... But if we feel the freedom to create
ourselves, we also feel that the opportunity must have a purpose. ... We need to
structure our lives to be what we want them to be and to plan for them into the
future. We do ... Because we plan in the present, however, we can plan with an
awareness of God.
|Supposing all this, could we have an awareness of things- in this case other |
minds- other than ourselves, of which the intrusive sounds are representations? It
is possible. We would need to be able to attribute some of the thoughts we heard
|If all our feelings were strong, we should not know the difference between strong |
and weak feelings ; but if they vary, and I ... Since a feeling is what I feel at some
moment, and is a whole, it follows that if I can compare such wholes of feeling I
must be aware of different feeling ... of intensity I must not only have had those
feelings but have been aware of them at the time; and, further, the awareness of
|And if we have problems relating to that person, we should try harder; we must |
not give up. The problem with ... That doesn't mean we should indulge our
personal trips, but there should be some awareness that we are all different. We
are all ...
1996 - 304 pages
|In either case, we demonstrate our respect for other people and for what they |
have to say. Empathy, then, is our ... To share our ideas or our concerns with
others, we must overcome the hesitancy suggested by fear or shame. But these ...
Self-awareness is the ability to know where we are now, to be in touch with the
dense and ambiguous information of our own life right now. Beyond ... To tell
someone that we feel good is to share some important information about ourself.
But what ...
William Bracken - 2000 - 181 pages
|This approach is intuitively correct and as Eric Hoffer said, "To become different |
from what we are, we must have some awareness of what we are."8 Therefore,
the leader's background is a contributing influence to the ability to affect change ...
|We assume empirically that you have awareness if and only if you are conscious |
and this therefore means that if you are conscious then you have awareness. ...
But this 'aboutness' or being conscious of ______ must have some
representation in our brain that is physical; otherwise it would be impossible for
our ... Epistemic, or epistemological, possibility is much different from
Brian P. McLaughlin, Amélie Rorty - 1988 - 558 pages
|Otherwise we have simple mistakes we make about ourselves and our situations |
— self-mistakes — not self-deception. There must be bad faith, deceit, an
intention in some way voluntary to gull and con oneself; and in the type of ... will
work through one's intention to lose oneself through engulfment in the other, to
obscure oneself from oneself through these means. ... Now perhaps we can
begin to see why the distinctions among degrees of lack of awareness and
among degrees of ...
|We need some new intellectual tools to help us think about such things. ... at the |
University of Pittsburgh, has defined it as the process by which we come to
experience, or become aware of, the world as a single place? In other words, for
Robertson globalization is a process by which we come to think about the world
as a whole. ... is almost incomprehensible: the world in its totality.4 Although we
may think we have grasped such an enormous concept at the level of general