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15 Cards in this Set

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Definite, determinate, not conscious. Example: Table can't think.
No Thing, no evidence of a substance. Part of the way we expierence things
we are always conscious about something
Reflective (postional) Conscious
what you are aware of
Pre-Reflective (non-positional)conscious
still know you're there
-contingent circumstances of facts of your life & situation (organization of the world in a meaningful totality.
-all the facts about everyting, these facts don't limit your free will, you decide, you're totally free to create limits.
Existance precedes essence
you think up something first, then you put it into action
(anxiety) freedom involves responsibility, your condemend to be free, nothing is making you decide your choices (realization of your freedom)
it becomes the right thing to do once you do it.
Baid Faith
Lying to yourself about your freedoms
Conflict with others
you're not facing reality if you think you have a great relationship with somebody.
when you realize somebody is staring at you, when you're trying to be an attractive item to somebody, you're trying to trap their freedom
First Ethics
Decides there is one objective value: Freedom
Second Ethics
Key Value: Human needs
-we all have the same needs and objective needs
Source of Negation
Aware of a gap between consciousness and objects.
-Awareness of absence