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    • Modernization as a Philosophical Problem 

      Myat Mon Oo (Jour. Myan. Acad. Arts & Sc., 2002)
      Philosophy is here to be understood as an intellectual expression of conflicts in culture. Its function is to locate these conflicts, and its objective is to provide general solutions to them. To be modem is to be guided ...
    • The two Basic Laws: the Law of Kamma and the law of Impermanence in Myanmar Way of Thinking 

      Myat Mon Oo (Universities Research Journal, 2008)
      The term 'Way of Thinking' refers to any individual's thinking in which the characteristic features of the thinking habits of the culture to which he belongs are revealed. The way of thinking of a society is conditioned ...
    • The Significant Role of Saddha in Theravada Buddhist Thought 

      Win Maung (Universities Research Journal, Vol. 1, No.5, 2008)
      The purpose of this paper is to show the significant role of Saddha in Theravada Buddhist Thought. The word saddha means faith, belief, confidence, conviction. Saddha is neither mind nor matter. It is good mental property, ...
    • A Philosophical Analysis of the Concept of Alienation 

      Myat Mon Oo (Mandalay University Research Journal, 2009)
      The term 'alienation' · has many different meanings in everyday life, science, and philosophy. Alienation is the act or result of the act through which something, or somebody, becomes strange to something, or somebody, ...
    • A basic Principle of the Myanmar Way of Thinking Reflected in Myanmar Proverbs 

      Myat Mon Oo (Jour. Myan. Acad Arts & Sc., 2010)
      The word 'proverb' is derived from the Latin word 'proverbium', which means a brief popular saying. A proverb expresses a truth based on common fense or the practical experience of mankind. Every society has its own ...
    • The Concept of Moral Duty of Thingaza Saradaw 

      Pe Aung Than (Mandalay University of Distance Education Research Journal, 2013)
      Duty means what a person is obligated or required to do. Duty may be moral, legal, parental, occupational, etc., depending on their foundations or grounds. In ethics, duty is commonly associated with conscience, reason, ...
    • The Value of Life: the Concept of good and its Relation to Value of Life in the Western Philosophy 

      Tun Shwe (Mandalay University Research Journal, 2016)
      Studying the value of life is one of the functions of philosophy. So, it can be seen that there are so much values of life in different philosophical systems of the Western philosophy. Some philosophical systems regarded ...
    • The Concept of Appearance and Reality in A.Sankara and F.H. Bradley 

      Saw Lin (Mandalay University Research Journal, 2016)
      Metaphysics, a branch of philosophy, is the study of Being or reality. The problem of appearance and, reality plays as an indispensable issue in metaphysics. Sankara, one of the Eastern philosophers; represents the ...
    • The Response to Euthanasia from the Perspective of Buddhism 

      Saw Lin (Mandalay University Research Journal, 2016)
      Euthanasia is one of the most popular issues in medical ethics. Euthanasia means killing someone or allowing to die who is going to die soon anyway, at the person's own request, as an act of kindness. Concerning these ...
    • An Evaluation of Selected Western Educational Theories 

      Tin Tin Myint (Mandalay University Research Journal, 2016)
      Philosophy of education is concerned with the theory and practice of education. Consequently, philosophy of education can be serviced to the educational theories as well as learners and students of education. The main ...