The Experience of Friendship for Young Adults Severely Burned as Children: A Phenomenological Investigation
What do the survivors say?
The survivors talk about how they deal with their scars, what it means for their lives, and how they feel about the scars.
How many grounds are there in Holm's study?
What are 2 themes in the Holm study?
How Society Looks at Me and How I Deal With It
What are the grounds in the Holm study
Who am I? and time
What does Levinas believe about his responsibility to the other?
Levinas, ?wants to argue that my responsibility to the other is the fundamental structure upon which all other social structures rest??
How does Levinas discover his ethical responsibility?
?I discover my ethical responsibility in the starving face of a child or in the outreached hand of a beggar.? (Levinas)
What is one of the salient features of our culture and why has this not been noticed by more people?
?One of the salient features of our culture is that there is so much bullshit. Everyone knows this. Each of us contributes his share. But we tend to take the situation for granted. Most people are rather confident of their ability to recognize bullshit and to avoid being taken in by it. So the phenomenon has not aroused much deliberate concern, nor attracted much sustained inquiry.?
What are the verses written by Longfellow?
In the elder days of art Builders wrought with greatest care Each minute and unseen part, For the Gods are everywhere. (Longfellow)
How can we view carelessly made, shoddy goods and why?
?It does seem fitting to construe carelessly made, shoddy goods as in some way analogues of bullshit. ? The word shit does, to be sure, suggest this. Excrement is not designed or crafted at all; it is merely emitted, or dumped.?
What must happen for someone to lie?
He must think he knows the truth.
Are facts about ourselves stable? If not, what does that mean about sincerity?
?Facts about ourselves are not peculiarly solid and resistant to skeptical dissolution. Our natures are, indeed, elusively insubstantial --- notoriously less stable and less inherent than the natures of other things. And insofar as this is the case, sincerity itself is bullshit.?
What does The Trial do and what significance does The Castle have?
The Trial diagnoses and The Castle imagines treatment.; ? ?The Trial diagnoses,? wrote Camus, ?and The Castle imagines as treatment.? You hold, then, in your hands, a description of your symptoms by one of the great physicians of the twentieth century. The doctors greatness lies precisely in the fact that he never pretends he can cure you. He will not offer comforting lies and false hope ??
Does judgment happen suddenly?
No; ? ?? Judgement does not come suddenly; the proceedings gradually merge into the judgement??
What should one think about The Trial
that it is a nightmare
Does the world generate faith or meaning?
No; ?THE WORLD DOES NOT IN AND OF ITSELF GENERATE EITHER FAITH OR MEANING. YOU MUST DO THAT YOURSELF.?
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