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According to him that " An examined life is not worth living" Socrates
Dialectic Method Socrates
Exchange of question and answer Dialectic Method
Soul as True Self Plato
Student of Socrates Plato
World of Forms and the the world of matter Plato
The perfect world World of Forms
World that keeps changing World of Matter
Inspired by Plato St. Augustine
Real world and the Temporary World St. Augustine
consciousness of mind Rene Descartes
Mind is separate from the body Rene Descartes
Thinking being Rene Descartes
A person will be constantly changing David Hume
Free Agent Immanuel Kant
Tripartite Division Sigmund Freud
represents man's biological nature ID
Component provides moral standards SUPEREGO
is the self EGO
behavior/ actions/ reactions Gilbert Ryle
Mind is certainly part of the body Gilbert Ryle
Brain Paul Churchland
Moods, emotions, actions, and consciousness are deeply affected by the state of the brain Paul Churchland
Movement an expression Maurice Merleau-Ponty
Infant can have awareness of itself Maurice Merleau-Ponty
Founder of cultural anthropology Sir Edward B. Tylor
Behavior as social beings Sociology
Inclusive study of human race Anthropology
meeting point of anthropology and sociology Culture
it is introduced to us the very movement were born through our parents and the society Culture
Consists of human technology Material Culture
Intangible human creations Non-Material Culture
It changes over time Material Culture
May or may not change depending on the influence Non-material culture
Emergence of the Self George Herbet Mead
Preparatory play, and game stages George Herbet Mead
The self is an unfinished animal Clifford Geertz
According to him culture is not a complex behavioral pattern but a set of control mechanics Clifford Geertz
Task over relationship Individualistic
relationship over task Collectivistic
The western mindset and independent view of self Individualistic
The eastern mindset and interdependent view of self Collectivistic
As product of the modern world, has then affected the way we view of the self Globalization
also known as the Selfi(e) Generation Generation Z
Gen z are born between? 1995-2010
Strict in implementation of its rule about social relationship Confucius
s and organized consistent set of perception about oneself Self Concept
perception and beliefs that comprises our self concept Self=schemas
Person we want to be Ideal Self
Who are actually are Real Self
When we feel good about ourselves Congruence
When we are disappointed or frustrated Incongruence
gives us confidence and a sense of self-actualization or fulfilment High-self esteem
results to being distressed, anxious and be defensive in our actions Low-self esteem
How we value our selves and perceive our worth as person Self-esteem
Our performance improves Self-efficacy
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