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인간의 욕망과 고통에 대한 종교,생태학적 인식
A Religious/Ecological Cognition on Desire and Its Pain of Human Being

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Authors
김대식
Issue Date
2003
Publisher
서울대학교 종교학연구회
Citation
종교학연구, Vol.22, 2003, pp.181-202
Keywords
서구문명의 원리; 욕망의 충족; 발생학적 기술; 고통에 대한 인식
Abstract
In this paper, I critically describe which of two elements has been seized upon by the human being. That is to say, pains of the human being result from their own desires. Also we find that the source of all suffering in the Nature largely proceeds
from element of the human being's desires. Owing to this cause, I think that the Earth is in a state of crisis. Religions point out, for the most part, that human beings suffer a severe pain for the reason of their own desires seriously. Therefore, to overcome this situation, humans must be in harmony with all things and then cultivate their mind for self-denial. The Earth is not object of the interests and the desires but the womb of beings. In conclusion, human being must ultimately renounce the desires, try to join the Nature and then coexist with nonconscious being. That's why we are meaningfully embody that in rationality with the religion, at the same time, it will be possible for everyone to internalize the askese of moderation.
Language
Korean
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/10371/5157
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College of Humanities (인문대학)Religious Studies (종교학과)종교학연구(Journal of Religious Studies) 종교학연구(Journal of Religious Studies) 22집(2003)
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