A person's life stance, or lifestance, is their relation with what they accept as being of ultimate importance, the presuppositions and theory of this, the beliefs, commitments and practice of working it out in living.
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... Further information Intrinsic value (ethics)#Life stances and intrinsic value Different life stances differ in what they hold as intrinsic values and purposes in life ... between individuals regarding themselves as belonging to the same life stance ...
... funerals and name-giving ceremonies, and occasionally holds lectures and meetings about life stance issues ... This is appropriate since as a life stance organization its primary subject is ethics and education on how to lead an ethical life or develop mature ethical practices and theory ... In Iceland life stance organizations that are not categorized as religious (like Sidmennt) are not entitled to receive "parish member fees" (sóknargjöld) through the state the way ...
Famous quotes containing the words stance and/or life:
“For good teaching rests neither in accumulating a shelfful of knowledge nor in developing a repertoire of skills. In the end, good teaching lies in a willingness to attend and care for what happens in our students, ourselves, and the space between us. Good teaching is a certain kind of stance, I think. It is a stance of receptivity, of attunement, of listening.”
—Laurent A. Daloz (20th century)
“The man Shelley, in very truth, is not entirely sane, and Shelleys poetry is not entirely sane either. The Shelley of actual life is a vision of beauty and radiance, indeed, but availing nothing, effecting nothing. And in poetry, no less than in life, he is a beautiful and ineffectual angel, beating in the void his luminous wings in vain.”
—Matthew Arnold (18221888)