This distorted personalism
in politics is also being used by hidden power brokers (businessmen, landowners, dynasties, multinational corporations, etc.) who operate behind the scenes.
This literary theory study for educators, students, and scholars explores alternative approaches to studying and teaching literature, which integrate humanism and personalism
. Examining the work of poet Hilda Doolittle (H.
From the Aristotelian-infused moral theology of Thomas Aquinas to the personalism
of John Paul II, we are heirs to a rich tradition of theological and philosophical reflection on what makes for a "good life."
This article aims to identify the constituting elements of personhood in the philosophy of Emmanuel Mounier, the advocate of French personalism
in the 1930s, and reread his work in the light of contemporary orthodox theology.
Unfortunately, instead of doing the hard task of putting in place the nuts and bolts of making the system work, our culture of personalism
tends to focus politics on the myth of the strongman, on consolidating the powers of this savior-figure so he can do what he wants.
Using a measure of personalism
constructed from historical data, we trace the consolidation of personal power in the North Korean regime and compare it to other communist regimes in the region to show how the evolution of personalist rule in these cases differed.
Whereas "self-help", "self-sacrifice", "self-reliance" and "self-sufficiency" recur throughout his discussion of both Personalism
and the community development ideas undergirding the Special Commissariat's work (for example, pp.
Based on New England Personalism
, Chao constructed Jesus as the present self-awareness of a dynamic God who desires goodwill for creation in relationality with the creator.
Rethinking Humanity, Social Life, and the Moral Good from the Person Up (2011) furthered his personalism
and introduced his commitment to critical realism.
Dietrich von Hildebrand's treatise, The Nature of Love, is set in relation to the theological personalism
of the Cappadocian fathers of the Church, and to my own earlier work done in this tradition.
Adapting the methodology of what Professor Holloway calls a new history of religions perspective, he attends carefully to the religious topoi of Philippians, especially the metamorphic myth in chapter 2, and draws significant conclusions about Paul's personalism
These four principles, organized and presented in Michael Fogarty's classic work Christian Democracy in Western Europe, 1820-1953, are personalism
, solidarity, subsidiarity, and vertical pluralism.