esse osoby; fieri osoby; kreacja „ja-ty-my”; Lust prinzip; pomysły na rodzinę; partycypacja
Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Śląskiego
A. Pastwa, M. Gwóźdź (red.), “Miłość i odpowiedzialność : wyznaczniki kanonicznego przygotowania do małżeństwa” (s. 33-56). Katowice : Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Śląskiego
The article centres around two motives of a person, fieri and esse, meaning an anthropologicaland moral one. Referring widely to Person and Act by Karol Wojtyła andhis concept of participation, the author strongly develops new perspectives of individualand social responsibility. In terms of the latter, he particularly concentrates on responsibilitywhen it comes to marital and family life.Starting from a critical look at partial anthropologies (that is, fragmentary anthropologies,anthropologies in idée-fixe, anthropologies included in utopias of the 21st centuryor anthropologies “medially profiled”), the author points out the necessity ofdeveloping an integral anthropology. Only in its frames can one talk about differenttypes of human responsibility (also in marriage and family).The third part of the publication concentrates on presenting “various ideas to makea family”. To be more specific, this is a Freudian idea with the “pleasure principle” —Lustprinzip, known from the philosophy of processes inspired by Jacob Rousseau’s messageand his vision of self-salvation. Apart from that, the article discusses post-Marxistvisions of subordinating the family to the so-called pluralistic society (this is theso-called chaoism idea).The main part of the discussion, however, constitutes a proposal of a personalisticvision of responsibility ingrained in marital and family love. It is also connected withthe need to present new cultural contexts for living in a responsible love.The human fieri constitutes a revelation of a creative role of a personal participation.An intersubjective bond within which an interpersonal and bilateral communicationof spouses takes place, is considered to be an indispensable condition of happinessin marriage and family.