This is a very important concept since it dictates the way our subconscious mind works at all times with aim of fulfilling our self-concept. This will in turn dictate whether or not we achieve all we dream as well as becoming the person we want to be. It is an all-encompassing notion that we have about ourselves. It is an impression; a resultant of our knowledge and our experience of life and the meaning we have attached to those experiences. The point is that the concept of self is perhaps our most fundamental/vital possession.
All sentient beings are in some way shaped by the ideas that surround them. It is impossible for any thinking creature to ignore the philosophies held by their parents, friends acquaintances, and their society. Children, for example, have their personal worldviews profoundly affected by their parents, friends, and teachers. They typically follow the ideas of their parents and integrate the prevalent ideas of their friends and teachers. There is a phrase that describes the predominant swirl of philosophies that surround a thinking being: the philosophical environment.
The concept that each one of us has of itself is who we really are in the eyes of the world. Our strengths, weaknesses and way of dealing with life are values that show your true face. Knowing our own being helps to achieve great goals; However, when you have no idea who you really are, you are in serious trouble, this phenomenon will invite you to the eternal failure and deterioration of your own self, without achieving your goals. This research is carried out with the idea of exposing the general concept of self-esteem, knowing some rules or tips that help the development and, finally, its importance for life and society. Willoughby wrote "Self-esteem is defined as the global value that one places upon itself as a person and the generalized
And the team members should be able to manage their own workload, participate in the team decision making, and shift work among themselves. It will take great benefits when using team autonomy as a method to be applied in the large-scale agile software development. And there are different levels of team autonomy. Different levels of autonomy will have different impact on the agile project development. So, it is critical to balance how much autonomy shall a team have.
Swigonski (1991) discussed the effectiveness of standpoint theory in confronting social problems concerning social work. The study of theory begins with the assumption that society is structured by power relations generating unequal opportunities or ideologies. The theory states that in most cases, the oppressed individuals include women and girls where most of their activities within communities are less valued compare to activities assigned to boys and men. To develop a standpoint, social workers and development practitioners presents human communication as a way for affected individuals to engage in intellectual conversations and discussions concerning the complex social problems that surrounds the subordinate status of women and girls in disadvantaged communities. These communication approaches may also include readings, attending talks and workshops, reflection, and participation with groups such as the consciousness-raising groups (Haraway, 1988).
Adding to the theory, the fourth contribution advances Daft and Weick’s "general model of organizational sensemaking". While in this paper we have operationalized sensemaking perspective in three sensitizing concepts, our starting point is to study the sensemaking process as a whole. This is in line with Sandberg and Tsoukas (2015), who promote a holistic approach containing the three elements of "creation, interpretation, and enactment" which are closely interdependent. Tracing these connected elements back to their origins, this paper relates the holistic approach to the three elements of information scanning, interpretation and learning of the Daft and Weick model (1984/2001). Based on the longitudinal analysis, we can identify a pattern in how the change agents affected sustainability sensemaking.
However, such knowledge is bound to be superficial and partial. The limitations of sense experience as a source of knowledge are too numerous to be counted or tabulated. If we are genuinely interested in the attainment of valid and authentic knowledge, we must rise above the knowledge furnished by sense experience. Human beings share their five senses with all other living beings; insects, reptiles, birds and animals. A person who is wholly dependent upon sense experience can be compared to an ass that is lost in the world of appearances.
According to Daryl self perception is “A person’s view of him or herself and of any mental or physical attribute that makes up the person’s self. The perception theory of how self knowledge unfolds.” It assumes that internal states are inferences resulting from observation of one’s behaviour (Tuntufye., 1993: 267). Understanding how people get to know themselves is important because self knowledge is a foundation which people use in the process of forming values, preferences and attitudes. Clear self knowledge helps people make decisions in daily life, whereas the absence of well defined self knowledge can render an individual unable to make these decisions. The self perception theory consists of two basic claims.
That is, the object of perception becomes understood through the means of the mind processing properties in such a way where the thinker recognizes the object as it appears to the mind. Henceforth, one can use Vasubandhu’s ideas as means of seeing the possibility of objects existing in the mind or use Locke’s empiricism to deconstruct the properties of objects to gain knowledge about the process of cognition. In Locke’s view, the properties of objects interact with the mind by producing ideas into it. Additionally, consciousness makes use of this information by synthesizing all the corresponding ideas to an object and creates an informed decision of recognition. The secondary qualities help make sense of the primary qualities in regard to its color and temperature, which makes sense because without these secondary qualities, the characteristics one sees
2.2. Rousseau’s idea on Right to Property Rousseau defines right to property as moral claim. For him property should be acquired through legitimate means. Rousseau explained that right to claim property involves right of first occupant. There are three necessary structures to establish this state of possession.