Day 2, April 15 - Presentations

Title

Orienting identity

Start Date

15-4-2020 9:00 AM

End Date

15-4-2020 11:00 AM

Publisher

University of Tennessee at Chattanooga

Place of Publication

Chattanooga (Tenn.)

Abstract

Philosophy & Religious Studies panel: The mere concept of orientation is one that can be exemplified in many different ways-physically, directionally, emotionally, sexually, and through identity. Furthermore, orientation presumes some sense of direction. Thus, I will argue that direction is an extension of our emotive conscious, or perception, in which intent lies from our apprehension. Using “every day scenarios”, I will explore how we orient ourselves toward or away from objects evolving from our perception, or understanding, in which, we project our emotions that reside within our experienced consciousness’. Conclusively, I will argue how we orient ourselves serves to demonstrate our sense of self and how/what we identify

Date

4-15-2020

Document Type

presentations

Language

English

Rights

http://rightsstatements.org/vocab/InC/1.0/

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Orienting identity

Philosophy & Religious Studies panel: The mere concept of orientation is one that can be exemplified in many different ways-physically, directionally, emotionally, sexually, and through identity. Furthermore, orientation presumes some sense of direction. Thus, I will argue that direction is an extension of our emotive conscious, or perception, in which intent lies from our apprehension. Using “every day scenarios”, I will explore how we orient ourselves toward or away from objects evolving from our perception, or understanding, in which, we project our emotions that reside within our experienced consciousness’. Conclusively, I will argue how we orient ourselves serves to demonstrate our sense of self and how/what we identify