Essentials Of Unification Thought - The Head-Wing Thought



1. Theory of the Original Image

I The Divine Image

A. The Attributes of Sungsang and Hyungsang
B. Yang and Yin
C. The Individual Image

II. The Divine Character

A. Heart
B. Logos
C. Creativity

III. The Structure of the Original Image

A. Give-and-Receive Action and the Four-Position Base
B. Kinds of Four-Position Bases
C. Origin-Division-Union Action
D. Oneness in the Structure of the Original Image

IV. Traditional Ontology and Unification Thought

A. The View of God in Augustine and Thomas Aquinas
B. Li-Ch'i Theory
C. Hegel's Absolute Spirit
D. Schopenhauer's Blind Will
E. Nietzsche's Will to Power
F. Marx's Materialism
G. The Ontology of Unification Thought

2. Ontology

I. The Universal Image of the Individual Truth Body

A. Sungsang and Hyungsang
B. Yang and Yin

II. Subject and Object

A. The System of Individual Truth Bodies in the Created World
B. Types of Subjects and Objects
C. Give-and-Receive Action
D. Correlatives and Opposites

III. The Individual Image of the Individual Truth Body

A. Individuation of the Universal Image
B. Specific Difference and the Individual Image
C. The Individual Image and the Environment

IV. The Connected Body

A. The Connected Body and the Dual Purpose of Existing Being
B. The Connected Body and the Original Image
C. Materialistic Dialectic and Interconnectedness

V. The Mode of Existence

A. Circular Motion
B. Rotation and Revolution
C. Forms of Circular Motion
D. A Critique of Materialistic Dialectic

VI. The Position of Existence

VII The Law of the Universe

3. Theory of the Original Human Nature

I. A Being With Divine Image

A. A Being of United Sungsang and Hyungsang
B. A Being of Harmonious Yang and Yin
C. A Being With Individuality

II. A Being with Divine Character

A. A Being With Heart
B. A Being with Logos
C. A Being with Creativity

III. A Being with Position

A. The Object Position
B. The Subject Position
C. Connected Body Consciousness and Democracy

IV. Conclusion

V. A Unification Thought Appraisal of the Existentialist Analysis of Human Existence

A. Soren Kierkegaard
B. Friedrich Nietzsche
C. Karijaspers
D. Martin Heidegger
E. Jean Paul Sartre

4. Axiology: A Theory of Value

I. The Basis for Values and Various Kinds of Values

A. What Are Values?
B. The Duality of Desire, Purpose, and Value
C. Kinds of Value

II. The Determination of Actual Value and the Unification of Views of Value

A. The Essence of Value
B. Determination of Actual Value in Correlative Relationship
C. The Standard for Determining Value

III. Weaknesses in Traditional Views of Values

A. Weaknesses in the Christian View of Value
B. Weaknesses in the Confucian View of Value
C. Weaknesses in the Buddhist View of Value
D. Weaknesses in the Islamic View of Value
E. Weaknesses in the Humanitarian View of Value

IV. Establishing a New View of Value

A. Establishing the Absolute View of Value
B. The Theological Ground for Absolute Value
C. The Philosophical Ground for Absolute Value
D. The Historical Ground for Absolute Value

V. Historical Changes in the System of Value

A. Views of Value in the Greek Period
B. Views of Value in the Hellenistic Roman Period
C. The Views of Value in the Medieval Period
D. Modern Views of Value
E. The Necessity for a New View of Value

5. Theory of Education

I. The Divine Principle Foundation for a Theory of Education

A. Resemblance to God and the Three Great Blessings
B. The Process of Growth of Human Beings
C. The Three Great Ideals of Education

II. The Three Form of Education

A. Education of Heart
B. Education of Norm
C. Education of Dominion (intellectual Education, Technical Education, Physical Education)

III .The Image of the Ideal Educated Person

A. A Person of Character
B. A Good Citizen
C. A Genius

IV. Traditional Theories of Education

V. An Appraisal of Traditional Theories of Education from the Standpoint of Unification Thought

6. Ethics

I. The Divine Principle Foundation for Ethics

II. Ethics and Morality

A. Definition of Ethics and Morality
B. Ethics and Order
C. Ethics, Morality, and the Way of Heaven
D. Social Ethics as a Projection and Application of Family Ethics

III. Order and Equality

A. Order and Equality Until Today
B. The Divine Principle Way of Order and Duality

IV. Appraisal of Traditional Theories of Ethics from the Viewpoint of the Unification Theory of Ethics

A. Kant
B. Bentham
C. Analytic Philosophy
D. Pragmatism

7. Theory of Art

I. The Divine Principle Foundation for the New Theory of Art

II. Art and Beauty

A. What is Art?
B. What is Beauty?
C. The Determination of Beauty
D. The Elements of Beauty

III. The Dual Purpose of Artistic Activity: Creation and Appreciation

IV. Requisites for Creation

A. Requisites for the Subject in Creation
B. Requisites for Object in Creation
C. Technique and Materials

V. Requisites for Appreciation

A. Requisites for the Subject in Appreciation
B. Requisites for the Object in Appreciation
C. judgments of Beauty

VI. Unity in Art

A. The Unity of Creation and Appreciation
B. The Unity of Content and Form
C. The Unity of Universality arid Individuality
D. The Unity of Eternity and Temporality

VII. Art and Ethics

VIII. Types of Beauty

A. Types of Love and Beauty from the Perspective of Unification Thought
B. Traditional Types of Beauty

IX. A Critique of Socialist Realism

A. Socialist Realism
B. Critique of Socialist Realism
C. The Indictment of Communism by Writers
D. Errors in the Communist Theory of Art from the Viewpoint of Unification Thought

8. Theory of History

I. The Basic Positions of the Unification New of History

A. Sinful History
B. History of Re-creation
C. History of Restoration
D. The Law Governed Nature of History
E. The Origin, Direction, and Goal of History

II. The Laws of Creation

III. The Laws of Restoration

IV. Changes in History

V. Traditional Views of History

A. The Cyclical View of History
B. The Providential View of History
C. The Spiritual View of History
D. Historical Materialism
E. The Philosophy of Life View of History
F. The Cultural View of History
G. Traditional Views of History seen from the Unification View of History

VI. A Comparative Analysis of Histories

9. Epistemology

I. Traditional Epistemologies

A. The Origin of Cognition
B. The Essence of the Object of Cognition
C. Epistemology in Terms of Method

II. Unification Epistemology

A. Outline of Unification Epistemology
B. Content and Form in Cognition
C. Protoconsciousness, Image of Protoconsciousness, and Category
D. The Method of Cognition
E. The Process of Cognition
F. The Process of Cognition and the Physical Conditions

III. Kant's and Marx's Epistemologies from the Perspective of Unification Thought

A. Critique of Kant's Epistemology
B. Critique of Marxist Epistemology

10. Logic

I. Traditional Systems of Logic

A. Formal Logic
B. Hegel's Logic
C. Dialectical Logic (Marxist Logic)
D. Symbolic Logic
E. Transcendental Logic

II. Unification Logic

A. Basic Postulates
B. The Logical Structure of the Original Image
C. The Two Stages in the Process of Thinking and the Formation of the Four Position Base
D. Basic Forms of Thought
E. Basic Laws of Thought

III. An Appraisal of Traditional Systems of Logic from the Perspective of Unification Thought

A. Formal Logic
B. Hegel's Logic
C. Dialectical Logic
D. Symbolic Logic
E. Transcendental Logic
F. A Comparison between Unification Logic and Traditional Systems of Logic

11. Methodology

I. Historical Review

A. Methodologies in the Ancient Period
B. Methodologies in the Modern Period

II. Unification Methodology - The Give-and-Receive Method

A. Kinds of Give-and-Receive Action
B. Scope of the Give-and-Receive Method
C. Types of Give-and-Receive Actions
D. Characteristics of the Give-and-Receive Method

III. An Appraisal of Conventional Methodologies from the Perspective of Unification Thought

A. Methodologies in the Ancient Period
B. Methodologies in die Modern Period



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