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Smisel življenja in transcendentalno : diplomsko delo
Šalika, Metka (Author), Klampfer, Friderik (Mentor) More about this mentor... This link opens in a new window, Pevec Rozman, Mateja (Mentor) More about this mentor... This link opens in a new window

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Abstract
V diplomskem delu z naslovom SMISEL ŽIVLJENJA IN TRANSCENDENTALNO se ukvarjamo s vprašanjem povezave med obstojem transcendentalnega in smislom življenja. Pregledali smo dela filozofov, ki dokazujejo obstoj transcendentalnega ter njihovo kritiko. Prav tako smo na vprašanje pogledali iz teološkega vidika. Videli smo namreč, da med bogom filozofov in Bogom vere obstaja bistvena razlika - filozofi ga obravnavajo kot objekt, medtem ko teologi kot subjekt (osebo). V diplomski nalogi smo antropološko pogledali na človeka kot bitje treh razsežnosti: telesne, duševne in duhovne ter se posebej ukvarjali s človekom kot transcendentalnim bitjem. Vprašali smo se, kdaj se človek sploh začne spraševati o smislu življenja in smo dobili tri odgovore: človeška narava (misleče bitje) je, ki človeku v prvi vrsti narekuje, da se po smislu sprašuje. V drugi vrsti ga v to vodi dvom. Kot zadnja ugotovitev pa je, da se človek o smiselnosti svojega življenja začne spraševati, ko v polnosti uvidi negotovost in pomanjkanje smiselnost svojega življenja. Na vprašanje koliko ima človek sploh svobodne volje, smo dobili odgovor, da je njegova svobodna volja v odločitvi in odgovornosti za svoje življenje. Nujne povezave med transcendentalnim in smislom življenja nismo našli. Smisla življenja v njegovi celovitosti pa ni mogoče utemeljiti brez Transcendence.

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:diplomska dela, smisel, življenje, transcendentalno, Bog, svobodna volja
Work type:Undergraduate thesis (m5)
Tipology:2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis
Organization:TEOF - Theological Faculty
Year:2016
Publisher:[M. Šalika]
Number of pages:I, 80 f.
Place:Maribor
UDC:111.8(043.2)
COBISS.SI-ID:22475016 Link is opened in a new window
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Language:English
Abstract:
The graduation thesis titled THE MEANING OF LIFE AND THE TRANSCENDENTAL focuses on the link between the existence of transcendentality and the meaning of life. It features an overview of philosophers' works which prove the existence of transcendentality and the critique of the works. The problem is also viewed from a theological point of view. We have seen that there is a substantial difference between the god of philosophers and the God of religion - philosophers consider god to be an object, whereas theologians consider God to be an entity (person). The graduation thesis is an anthropological view on humans as beings of three dimensions: the physical, the psychological and the spiritual; it gives special attention to humans as transcendental beings. The thesis poses a question - when do humans start wandering about the meaning of life; there were three answers: human nature (thinking entity) is the one which primarily drives humans to ask about the meaning of life. Secondly, humans are driven by doubt. The last finding is that humans start asking about the meaning of life when they see fully the uncertainty and lack of meaning of their lives. The question how much free will humans actually have was answered in the following manner: their free will lies in the decisions and responsibilities for their lives. An essential link between transcendentality and the meaning of life was not found. The meaning of life cannot be fully substantiated without transcendentality.

Keywords:theses, meaning, life, transcendentality, God, free will, theses

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