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Introduction to humanities (arts for fine living) / Josefina V. Estolas, Ed.D., Clarita G. Javier, Ph.D., Nieves-Pada-Payno, Ph.D.

By: Contributor(s): Publisher: Mandaluyong City, [Philippines] : National Bookstore, [2011]Copyright date: copyright 2011Edition: 2011 ReprintDescription: 270 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 23 cmContent type:
  • text
Media type:
  • unmediated
Carrier type:
  • volume
ISBN:
  • 9710856022
Subject(s): DDC classification:
  • 700.1 .Es81
Summary: The different subject areas are studied not for their own sake but in the light of how they relate and speak to contemporary man. More importantly, the course is expected to help the students grow up to be better human beings than they were before they enrolled in the course.The teaching of the humanities is intended to make the students realize that the mere possession of knowledge is useless unless put to useful ends. Moreover, they would become aware that knowledge alone is meaningless unless it is accompanied by values, sentiments, priorities, insights, inter-relationships and other transcendent realities not subject to empirical proofs also form part of the person’s education. In the humanities, the students are exposed to these, thus, the development of the whole person, which is the goal of present day education. - Provided by the author.
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Print Materials Main Library Filipiniana Section 700.1 .Es81 2011 (Browse shelf(Opens below)) Available 0113357

Includes bibliography

The different subject areas are studied not for their own sake but in the light of how they relate and speak to contemporary man. More importantly, the course is expected to help the students grow up to be better human beings than they were before they enrolled in the course.The teaching of the humanities is intended to make the students realize that the mere possession of knowledge is useless unless put to useful ends. Moreover, they would become aware that knowledge alone is meaningless unless it is accompanied by values, sentiments, priorities, insights, inter-relationships and other transcendent realities not subject to empirical proofs also form part of the person’s education. In the humanities, the students are exposed to these, thus, the development of the whole person, which is the goal of present day education. - Provided by the author.

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