HARMONI AGUNG DAN EKSISTENSI MANUSIA DALAM NEO-KONGHUCUISME DAN PAUL RICOEUR

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Title HARMONI AGUNG DAN EKSISTENSI MANUSIA DALAM NEO-KONGHUCUISME DAN PAUL RICOEUR
 
Creator Selatang, Fabianus
 
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Description The purpose of this paper is to find the meeting point of Neo-Confucianphilosophy concept of Great Harmony with the philosophy of Paul Ricoeurabout human existence. The notion of Great Harmony in the Neo-Kunghucuismphilosophy will be explored in the thinking of Chou Tun-I, Cheng and ChuHsi philosophers. These three philosophers initiated the concept of GreatHarmony by displaying different characteristics and characteristics. Thoughthey are different, , the direction of the three talks leads the reader to discoverthe meaning and meaning of human existence which Paul Recoeur referredto as a hermeneutic creature. In an attempt to elaborate the idea of GreatHarmony and human existence, the author uses the hermeneutic method. Theconclusion is that human existence has a double meaning (plural) and notsingular. This is where the importance of language hermeneutics to interprethuman existence, especially in relation to God as the Supreme Reality.
 
Publisher STIPAS TAHASAK DANUM PAMBELUM KEUSKUPAN PALANGKARAYA
 
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Date 2018-06-01
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
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Identifier http://stipas.ac.id/ojs/index.php/SEPAKAT/article/view/56
 
Source SEPAKAT-Jurnal Pastoral Kateketik; Vol 4, No 1 (2017): MENGHIDUPI PLURALISME; 45-64
2541-0881
2301-4032
 
Language ind
 
Relation http://stipas.ac.id/ojs/index.php/SEPAKAT/article/view/56/pdf
 
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