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Hello Everyone !! The Department of Philosophy, Shyama Prasad Mukherji College for Women, University of Delhi, on the theme of Philosophy of Religion: A Perspective, is organising a National Webinar on the Topics — Topic1 : Understanding Issues and Concerns of Philosophy of Religion By Dr. Shivani SharmaChairperson, Department of PhilosophyPunjab University, Chandigarh Topic 2 […] National Webinar on Philosophy of Religion: A Perspective

1. Philosophically, Egoist is not a bad word. It’s a human biased behavior towards the self, particular community, or group. Even animals have this biased behavior wherein they give preference to their basic needs like hunger first. 2. It is an idea popular from the time of Aristotelian Nicomachean Ethics wherein he promotes that it’s good to be selfish and to think about self. Aristotle has said that to think about self is the noblest deed. And we couldn’t argue on this because self-love trend is gaining popularity day by day. 3. To get to the meaning, we need to understand the difference between ego, egotism, and egoism. Ego is a person’s sense of self-esteem, self-importance, and self-respect. Egotism is a sense of absolutely being absorbed in one-self and giving excessively importance to oneself. Egoism is to Act in one’s own self-interest or desires. To make this more clear, Ego…

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Excerpt The idea of Realist & Equilibrist, their conflicts, differences, perspectives on truth, Aim of philosophy, understanding of life, belief & acceptance, the normative aspects in equilibrist, the intolerance of realist, and conflict resolution of realist & equilibrist Metaphysics is the branch of philosophy that is concerned with finding reality, nature of reality, pathways to truth, and reflecting upon the barriers which is concealing the truth. It covers realism, idealism, equilibrism, and many more ideas defining the reality of life. Here we will be focusing upon the two ideas of Realism and Equilibrism. What is the most important concern of a realist? It is to know the truth, to be aware of the laws that govern the world, to find the faults in development, and observe the activities of this world. On the other hand, the Equilibrism is quite different from the idea of realism. To equilibrist, the knowledge of…

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Are we trapped in too much of self-concern?Do the world start with me, and end with me?Am I only interested in My job, My family, My Relationship, My life?Do you think of helping others because you think it gives you satisfaction? In this article, we would explore the tendency to come out of our me first conditioning. It’s not so easy, but it could help us to come out of the disastrous consequences like fear, craving for positions, and specific pattern-based life. The ultimate happiness in life is to spend our life for the advantages of others. The service towards others, without any expectation, is real treasure of living. Humans are lost. They don’t know which directions to choose. They are just following the society, traditions, cultures, popular sayings, books, Government, Laws, and the regular habits. Have we ever thought, ‘why we include “me” or “I” in almost everything?’ ‘…

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The dancing Shiva depicts the eternal truth that the world is Maya or illusory. It never remains same, and it always keeps on changing. The change occurs by a ceaseless form of energy. This energy forms a pattern, and when the sufficient amount of energy is established at a place, by continuous force(or change in pattern), then particle(or matter) is formed.

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Multiple events occur in our life out of which most phenomenon seems to be unreal. These are beyond our predictions and often create a feeling of void, harm or personal injury.   In the 20th century, the methods of Philosophical counselling for dealing with daily issues of life gains popularity. This counselling is an act of guiding. It is a personal relationship with clients. The counsellor and clients develop a kind of meaningful relationship. The counsellor engages in a kind of dialogues and develops a kind of free thoughts. Such thoughts are free from any biases or pre-considered judgements. They are free from suffering and problems. Philosophical counselling develops a variety of ideas. It makes us aware of our thinking pattern and our ways of looking at different things. Philosophical studies can provide insights into the difficulties of life. It helps to solve some of the issues of life. Philosophical counselling…

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Registrations are Invited for the program on “THOUGHTS OF JAGAT GURU NANAK DEV JI IN REFERENCE OF INDIAN PHILOSOPHY”organised on 5th October 2020 from 11.00 am to 3.00 pm E-certificate will be provided by Indira Gandhi National Center for Arts (IGNCA), New Delhi (Ministry of Culture, Govt. of India); Indian Council of Philosophical Research, New Delhi (Ministry of Education), Sankalp Group of Institutions, Ghaziabad (UP) and Panjab University, Chandigarh. Link for Feedback form will be emailed to the registered email ID. The registration can be done at https://rb.gy/zswmav

Call for Papers Philosophy: An Indian Point of View Editor:   Dr. Desh Raj Sirswal Respected Faculty/Scholar,  The Centre for Positive Philosophy and Interdisciplinary Studies (CPPIS) Pehowa (Kurukshetra) going to celebrate World Philosophy Day  on 19th November, 2020. The original, scholarly, and unpublished short articles/ideas are invited from research scholars, teachers and academicians on the […] Call for Papers:Philosophy: An Indian Point of View

Amity University Rajasthan, Jaipur invites you for Two days National Webinar (26 and 27 Sep 2020) on Post Pandemic Life Challenges: Philosophical & Psychological Perspectives .Abstract Submission: 20 Sep 2020Final Paper Submissions: 23 Sep 2020Send it: prashant@jpr.amity.edukcbarmola@jpr.amity.edu Subthemes :Yoga Philosophy and COVID 19Ethics and Values and COVID 19Society and COVID 19Environment and COVID 19Education and […] Two days National Webinar (26 and 27 Sep 2020) on Post Pandemic Life Challenges: Philosophical & Psychological Perspectives .

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