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Who is Framing the Anthropos? : From Cosmic Cogs to Cosmic Partners

By Louys, Pierre, Marcel

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Title: Who is Framing the Anthropos? : From Cosmic Cogs to Cosmic Partners  
Author: Louys, Pierre, Marcel
Language: English
Subject: Non Fiction, Geography, Anthropology, Recreation
Collections: Sociology, Authors Community
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Publisher: Self-published
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My hope therefore in undertaking this investigation into our social evolution and the framing of the anthropos, was to discern new ways out of the ‘blizzard’ in order to guard humanity from its chronic blind faith in either in an anthropomorphic deity or a super-human ruler.

Human nature is complex. This complexity has been observed by shamans, gazed into by seers and divided into disciplines by philosophers across the world and since civilisations began. From the Shanidar Neanderthal social groups to the civilised kingdoms of the sixth century BC, humans have spent a tremendous amount of time and resources in the reorganization of their societies. This never-ending struggle has continued through history and will go on until we reach a fine and valuable equilibrium between two composite radial forces: control of society by the individual and control of the individual by society.

The future of the anthropos is tightly linked with the global human society. Fundamental change in society can emerge only through freely undertaken radical change in the individual. Individuals can and will maintain their humanity and freedom through ‘real’ education. Only the indubitable features found within the reflecting subject can serve as an absolute foundation and as a basis for understanding the nature of the world. From this solitary standpoint (courage entails moral solitude) the anthropos can capture the essence of the moment and progress like a pawn on a chess board to prepare for its next move.

Table of Contents
Who is framing the anthropos? 1 From cosmic cogs to cosmic partners 1 Preamble 3 Part 1 – historical survey 4 Introduction 4 Cosmic view 5 Cosmic frame 6 Common good 7 From natural law to social justice 9 Education as a frame to happy life 12 The great divide 13 Cities of god 15 Orderly societies 17 Rule of law 19 Part 2 – sociology or zoology 20 Power of one 20 Framers 22 Framing progress 24 Towards limbic capitalism 27 Sociology of cogs 28 Confronting our future 29 Cosmic partners 33 Part 3 – potentialism 34 Quantum leap 34 Cosmotheandric experience 36 Part 4 – cosmic spirituality 38 Einstein’s cosmic view 38 Schweitzer’s attitude 38 Thich Nhat Hanh’s walking 38 Antonio Machado’s pathway 38 Blaise Pascal’s cosmic reflection 39 Pierre Teilhard de Chardin’s insight 39 Henry David Thoreau’s grave warning 39 Walt Whitman’s lesson 39 Tagore’s wisdom 39 CREDO 39


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