Gėrio ženklai būtyje

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Document Type:
Knyga / Book
Language:
Lietuvių kalba / Lithuanian
Title:
Gėrio ženklai būtyje
Alternative Title:
Signs of goodness in being
Publication Data:
Vilnius : Kultūros, filosofijos ir meno institutas, 2006.
Pages:
305 p
Notes:
Bibliografija ir rodyklės.
Contents:
Pratarmė. Gėrio ieškojimas — Supratimas, ieškantis gėrio, arba Abelaro dialektika: Bažnyčia ir kultūra XII amžiuje; Dialektikos menas; Abelaro ir Eloyzos laiškai; Gėrio samprata teologijoje — Male Bramche'as arba gėriui tarnaujantis kartezianizmas: Filosofija ir teologija XVII amžiuje; Visur esantis Gėris; Žmogus Dievo akivaizdoje — Teesie tavo valia arba gėrio religija: Libertinizma; Religija Rousseau gyvenime; Gėrio prigimtis; Teesie Tavo valia. –Išvados. Kitas svarbesnis už viską – Summary. The Signs of Goodness in Being – Chronologinės lentelės – Šaltiniai – Rinktinė bibliografija – Dalykinė rodyklė – Vardų rodyklė.Foreword. The Search for Goodness — Abelard's dialectics or thinking whichlooks for goodness: The Church and Culture in the 13th century; The Art of Dialectics The Letters of Abelard and Eloyza; The Theological Concept of Good — Malebranche or cartesianism in theservice of goodness: Philosophy and Theology in the 17th Century; The Method for Discovering Truth; Goodness Present Everywhere Man in the Presence of God — Let your will be done or rousseau's religion of goodness: Libertinism; Religion in Rousseau's Life; The Nature of Goodness; Let Your Will be Don — Conclusions. The most Important Other — Summary. The Signs of Goodness in Being – Chronologies — Selected bibliography – Index of persons.
Keywords:
LT
Gėris, Būtis, metafizika, etika.
EN
Highest Good, Being, Metaphysics, Ethics.
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LTIšsamiai aptariant Abelaro, Malebranche'o ir Rousseau darbus, monografijoje nagrinėjama metafizinė ir etinė gėrio samprata. Istoriografinė medžiaga supažindins skaitytojus su principais ir įvykiais, nulėmusiais tų laikų žmonių mąstyseną. Monografija skiriama visiems besidomintiems ir studijuojantiems filosofijos istoriją bei asmenybės dvasinio tobulėjimo raidą. [Anotacija knygoje]

EN[...] The author of the study is considering the lives and writings of Pierre Abelard, Nicolas Malebranche, and Jean-Jacques Rousseau, tries to show the drama of the human intellect in the search for the Highest Good and its signs in the world. These thinkers contributed much to moulding the model of European thinking. They lived and worked in times of intensive and dramatic interaction between philosophy and religion: Christianity, Judaism and Islam. These interactions and even collisions reflected the continuous search for signs of goodness, which proceeded through the attempts to assimilate Greek wisdom and at the same time to refute and discredit the theories and belief of infidels. But from the very beginning, Christianity itself was divided to Byzantine and Western, and the coexistence of these parts was not quite peaceful. Later, Western Christianity was split into Catholicism and Protestantism, and religious persecution and wars followed. Ecclesiastics and priests dominated the intellectual life of society, but their authority could not stop the development of independent thinking, the formation of a new understanding of nature and society, and of their relations to the Highest Good. The thinkers mentioned were the pioneers in this field of intellectual activity.An analysis of their works enables us to unfold the significance of goodness and religious faith in the spiritual perfecting of man, to show the complexity of the social and intellectual situation, which leads the process of thinking to the present and allows us to discern the signs of the medieval epoch in contemporary Western culture. On the other hand, the author thinks that the times of these chosen thinkers, the 12th, 17th and 18th centuries, differ by the dimension of time alone, which repeats itself during the epochal breaks, which change the axiological orientations in intellectual, social and personal life, but they do not differ from the mental destruction of the 20th and 21st centuries. [...]. [Extract, p. 269-270]

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9986638666
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