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41. Dialogue and Humanism: Volume > 3 > Issue: 2
R. Baine Harris Can We Have a Common Humanity?
42. Dialogue and Humanism: Volume > 3 > Issue: 2
Charles S. Brown Phenomenology as a Methodology for Universalism
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William A. Myers Toward a Universalist Ethics
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Hanna Newcombe Federalist Theory and World Peace
45. Dialogue and Humanism: Volume > 3 > Issue: 2
Leo W, Zonneveld, James W. Kidd The Energetics of Spirituality and Human Sexuality
46. Dialogue and Humanism: Volume > 3 > Issue: 2
Venant Cauchy Humanism as a Basis for Universalist Thinking
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Eugene Kamenka Universalism and Evil
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James W. Kidd Investigative Interviewing: A Phenomenological Approach to a Universal Method
49. Dialogue and Humanism: Volume > 4 > Issue: 2/3
Vincent Luizzi Human Nature and Universalism
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Aviva Rosen Adam, Eve and the Controversial Rib: Gender, Technology, Conflict and Universalism
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Helmut Wautischer On Love and Awareness
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In this paper I will discuss some aspects of a humanistic perpsective on love which include both elements, idealistic (e.g. concepts of oneness) as well as realistic (e.g., social anthropology) ones. I will argue, that any experience of love is directly affected by an individual's love of self-awareness that enables a person to recognize the origins of his feeelings and allows him to act upon them in an intentional manner. Through such realizations, an individual can remain an autonomous actor, utilizing his knowledge of oneself to explore one's emotions beyond the limits of social restraints. For it is the authentic experience of one's awareness that enables a rational person to master the existential absurdity of one's existence. I will claim that the origin of love does not reside in the realm of emotionality. Instead, love relates directly to an individual's state of self-awareness.
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John G. McGraw Love: Its Universe and Universality
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Constantine Georgiadis Sophocles' Oedipus the King: Art and the Mystery of Human Existence
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Albert A. Anderson Universal Love: the Source of Philosophy
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Ludwig Grünberg Universal Metaphilosophy of Life and Universalist Ethics: An Axiological Approach
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Frans De Wachter Contextualism and Universalism in Postmodern Ethics
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Stanisław Kowalczyk Pcrsonalist and Universalistic Aspects of the Idea of Development in the Encyclical Sollicitudo rei socialis by John Paul II
58. Dialogue and Humanism: Volume > 4 > Issue: 2/3
Janusz Kuczyński John Paul II's Manifesto on Labor and Vision of a Universal Society
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John J. Riser Democracy as a Reflection of Principles of Universalism
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Wiesław Lang Universalism in Morality, Ethics and Law