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REALITY AND ITS HIERARCHY Polanyi’s Critics on Material Reductionism Tinambunan, Laurentius
LOGOS - Jurnal Filsafat Teologi Vol 1, No 1 (2002)
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Untuk menjawab kecenderungan ilmu-ilmu modern yang menciutkan segala sesuatu kepada hal-hal yang material, Michael Polanyi menawarkan sebuah alternatif pemahaman realitas. Menurut Polanyi, ada hirarki kenyataan. Suatu realitas dari tingkat yang lebih tinggi tidak dapat direduksi pada tingkat yang lebih rendah. Misalnya, kesadaran tidak dapat dijelaskan dengan hukum-hukum fisika dan kimia yang terjadi pada otak. Pengetahuan menyeluruh tentang setiap bagian dari suatu kenyataan, tidak dapat menjelaskan keseluruhan kenyataan tersebut. Dalam cahaya pemahaman kenyataan seperti itu Polanyi membela adanya realitas metafisis dan spiritual yang harus diakui bila martabat manusia ingin dihormati.
KEKERASAN DALAM KITAB SUCI Dikehendaki dan Di-amin-i Allah? Tantiono, Paulus T.
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It is understandable, that many religious people are so offended by the violence of God as expressed, for example, in the notion of God warrior of war, of God as angry, the notion of hell; that they are troubled in reading or praying the psalms, or the Bible. These notions are quite contrary to the idea of God in the New Testament as the Compassionate God, the Loving One, the Ever Forgiving God, The God-Father who always wait for His lost-children to return home, etc. How one could perceive violence throughout the Bible related to God? Does God have two-fold faces ? The Good One and the Violent One ?
ISLAM: AGAMA ANTI KEKERASAN Yuwono, Yohanes H.
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No single of the revealed religions nor Islam, encourages or teaches violence to its believers. Islam which is based on the Qur’an as its Holy Scripture summons its faithfuls to spread peace, harmony and social welfare. It is true that we find several verses that encourage war, but jihad in the sense of holy war in Islam is the last way of a self defense after all good manner of dialogs fail to bear fruits of understanding. In these sense jihad could be done because the truth must stand firm before evil.
BORU NI RAJA HATOBAN - Tinjauan Filsafat Anthropologis atas Kaum Perempuan di dalam Budaya Batak Toba Simamora, Serpulus T.
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One of many definitions offered to explain human existence is that human being is a paradoxal being. By paradoxical being one intends that the very existence of human being is perceived in its seemingly contradictory expression without being contradiction. Human being is material-spiritual, individual-social, etc. This paradoxical nature constitutes human existence. It affects essentially his/her personality, religion, act, culture, etc. Social status of women in Toba Batak culture is placed in such paradoxical situation too. In one hand, they are invoked as “Boru ni Raja” (the honored daughter), but on the other hand, they are treated as “hatoban” (slaves). This article seeks to show critically the place of Toba Batak women in Toba Batak culture. Our purpose, therefore, is to present the social status of Toba Batak women inherited culturally from ancestors. By critically we mean that we seek to present fairly the social status of women in both its negative side and positive one.
BONUM COMMUNE SEBAGAI SASARAN GERAKAN BURUH MENURUT AJARAN SOSIAL GEREJA Nadeak, Largus
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The labourers’ numbers have increased in line with the development of industrialization. But this development did not parallel to the appreciation on the fruit of the labourers’ work. Since long labourers become the object of work and violence. Church social teaching has anticipated labourers’ problem since the year 1891 through the Encyclical letter “Rerum Novarum”. It’s main point is that man is homo laborans. When human put in on the job, they will fulfil their needs and also form their self-integrity. Therefore men’s/women’s job must be paid in a proper payment in accordance to the fruit of their work and ability of enterprise. Communion secure and prosperous should be the aim of this movement. Bonum Commune gives assurance to the rights of every human as individual, and right of every human in the certain social communities. The church social teaching should be the light on the labourers’ movement to make a change in an injustice toward bonum commune.
AGRESIVITAS DAN VIOLENSIA Simorangkir, Hieronymus
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There is a number of distinctions regarding the nature of aggression and its function. Therefore it is necessary to elucidate clear differences between the active engagement in gaining mastery over the environment for survival’s sake, and self defence with force when threatened, and enjoyment of torturing, controlling, or killing without provocation or real need. Of these explanations it would elucidatively appear that aggression and violence differ, but both interact one another.

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