Synonyms for personalism or Related words with personalism
Examples of "personalism"
The same article carries an Artist’s Manifesto which makes clear reference to
is a frontal attack on materialism on the aesthetic front"", ""
leaves no room for the existential void"".
Other reactions to materialism included the "Objective idealism" of Josiah Royce, and the "
," sometimes called "Boston
," of Borden Parker Bowne.
, phenomenology, and comparative hermeneutics
was the foundation of the Can Lao Party. Ngô Đình Nhu was the founder of
in South Vietnam and Ngô Đình Diệm applied this doctrine as the national ideology - the backbone of the regime. It was also called "Oriental
" "(Vietnamese: Chủ nghĩa nhân vị phương Đông)" by researchers of Republic of Vietnam and Spiritual
("Vietnamese: Chủ nghĩa Duy linh nhân vị") by communist researchers.
In his philosophical work he argued for
over all political activities in South Vietnam The doctrine of the party was ostensibly based on Ngô Đình Nhu 's Person Dignity Theory or
(Vietnamese: "Thuyết Nhân Vị") and Emmanuel Mounier's
Nevertheless, according to some scholars, Nhu's
was evaluated as "a vague mish – mash of ideas" or "a hodgepodge" because "it was a mixture of Catholic teachings, Mounier's
, Confucius' humanism, some factors of Capitalism and anti-communist spiritualism"
Constantin Rădulescu-Motru, the grandson of Eufrosin Poteca, called his philosophical system "Energetic
", influenced by the Otswald's energetism and Stern's
. An expert in experimental psychology (he studied under Wundt, getting his doctorate with a dissertation on Kant), he followed the inductivist trend in metaphysics. The human personality was considered by him a superior form of energy, the final stage of the evolution of the universe. His metaphysics implies a political program as well as an ethics of labor. The purpose of the political life must be the transition from the "anarchic
" that governed the Romanian society to "energetic
From April 1952, Nhu's ideas on
was delineated in his speech at Vietnamese National Military Academy in Đà Lạt city. He contended that initially,
was a Catholic ideology, though, it had universal relevance and was compatible to Vietnam, which had to suffer from the devastation of wars. For Nhu,
was a form of Revolution, which was more transformative than Marxist socialism and he described himself as an advocate of "personalist revolution". Ngô Đình Diệm also understood the term
1956, Diệm and Nhu established
Training Center in Vĩnh Long province
government to join the training on
. From 1956-1963, The Center trained
Kirchnerism has encountered opposition from various sectors of Argentine society, which tend to criticize its
When came back from France, Nhu was passionate in
of Emmanuel Mounier, a prominent French Catholic philosopher, and believed that Mounier's ideology which rejects Liberalism and Communism (materialism) could be a "third path" to be applied for social development (and Spiritualism) in Vietnam. The Ngô brothers also believed that
could go well with their Third Force which was not in line with French colonialism and the communism of the Việt Minh. For Diệm's regime,
According to tenets of
an Impersonal Paradigm of Divinity gives rise to the existential void and absence of values.
potential of Vietnamese labours which related to French unionist ideology. The slogan of the Party was: Labor - Revolution -
Since the beginning of her career, Raynova used the methods of comparative hermeneutics in combination with a new methodological and critical approach that she launched under the neologism of "post-
." This perspective was elaborated in her first monograph "From existential philosophy to post-
" (1992) in the context of a detailed hermeneutic comparison of French
and existential philosophy. She explores in this book the question if
is a form of Existentialism, as claimed Emmanuel Mounier, or, on the contrary, if existential philosophy is a variant of
, as asserted Jean Lacroix and Nikolai Berdyaev. By the means of an analysis of their common topics Raynova shows their specific methodological differences and issues, hence she offers more exact definitions of both currents as well as a new methodology enabling clearer distinctions between the different contemporary philosophical schools.
Catholic philosopher and theologian John Henry Newman, has been posited as a main proponent of
by John Crosby of Franciscan University in his book "Personalist Papers". Crosby notes Newman's personal approach to faith, as outlined in Grammar of Assent as a main source of Newman's
Now, Burgos is working in developing and his studies have become deeper on main elements in
as: the personalist method and analogy, the relationship of
and metaphysics, praxis ("Reconstruir la persona", 2009) or on human nature ("Repensar la naturaleza humana", 2007).
A Jewish anti-fascist, Zeev Sternhell, has identified
with fascism in a very controversial manner, claiming that Mounier's
movement "shared ideas and political reflexes with fascism". He argued that Mounier's "revolt against individualism and materialism" would have led him to share the ideology of fascism.
Nikolay Onufriyevich Lossky (; ; – 24 January 1965) was a Russian philosopher, representative of Russian idealism, intuitionist epistemology,
, libertarianism, ethics and axiology (value theory). He gave his philosophical system the name "intuitive-
". Born in Latvia, he spent his working life in St. Petersburg, New York, and Paris. He was the father of the influential Christian theologian Vladimir Lossky.
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