#southeastasianphilosophers

Tag posts on Instagram

22 posts

Top Posts

As the title shows, the book is about Information Technology Ethics, written by a prominent philosopher of Thailand, Soraj Hongladarom. A rarely discussed topic by #southeast Asian philosophers within the field of #southeastasianphilosophy.

As the title shows, the book is about Information Technology Ethics, written by a prominent philosopher of Thailand, Soraj Hongladarom. A rarely discussed topic by #southeast Asian philosophers within the field of #southeastasianphilosophy .

An enlightening quote of Tan Malaka's Massa Actie (1926), whose translation is "Do not imitate the West, yet be a smart student of the East ... You will not be the student, and even a human being, if you do not want to be independent and try to do independently". Doing philosophy independently of the West is the strong message of his book

An enlightening quote of Tan Malaka's Massa Actie (1926), whose translation is "Do not imitate the West, yet be a smart student of the East ... You will not be the student, and even a human being, if you do not want to be independent and try to do independently". Doing philosophy independently of the West is the strong message of his book

a quote of Tan Malaka's Naar de Republik Indonesia (1925), stating the role the intellectuals play in changing their societies. .
.
.
.
#indonesianphilosophy 
#southeastasianphilosophy 
#southeastasianphilosophers 
#tanmalaka
#naarderepublikindonesia
#southeastasianliterature

a quote of Tan Malaka's Naar de Republik Indonesia (1925), stating the role the intellectuals play in changing their societies. .
.
.
.
#indonesianphilosophy
#southeastasianphilosophy
#southeastasianphilosophers
#tanmalaka
#naarderepublikindonesia
#southeastasianliterature

Pham Van Duc, a Vietnamese philosopher, explained distinguishing features of Vietnamese Philosophy different from Indian Philosophy, in his essay "Some Reflections on Key Orientations in Philosophical Research in Vietnam Today" (2013).
.
.
.
.
.
#southeastasianphilosophy 
#southeastasianphilosophers
#vietnamesephilosophy
#vietnamesephilosophers

Pham Van Duc, a Vietnamese philosopher, explained distinguishing features of Vietnamese Philosophy different from Indian Philosophy, in his essay "Some Reflections on Key Orientations in Philosophical Research in Vietnam Today" (2013).
.
.
.
.
.
#southeastasianphilosophy
#southeastasianphilosophers
#vietnamesephilosophy
#vietnamesephilosophers

a quote taken from an article by a Filipino philosopher, Emerita S. Quito, which investigates the philosophical traditions in the Philippines. The article is published in UNESCO's Teaching and Research in Philosophy: Asia and The Pacific (1986)
.
.
.
.
#southeastasianphilosophy 
#southeastasianphilosophers 
#filipinophilosophy
#filipinophilosophers

a quote taken from an article by a Filipino philosopher, Emerita S. Quito, which investigates the philosophical traditions in the Philippines. The article is published in UNESCO's Teaching and Research in Philosophy: Asia and The Pacific (1986)
.
.
.
.
#southeastasianphilosophy
#southeastasianphilosophers
#filipinophilosophy
#filipinophilosophers

An Indonesian scientist-philosopher, Dr. Ir. Hidajat Nataatmadja, explains his megaproject of constructing what he calls "Humanics" in social sciences, which functions like Newton's Mechanics does in natural sciences, in his classical book "Karsa Menegakkan Jiwa Agama dalam Dunia Ilmiah: Versi Baru Ihya Ulumiddin, 1982.
.
.
.
.
.
#indonesianphilosophy
#southeastasianphilosophy
#southeastasianphilosophers

An Indonesian scientist-philosopher, Dr. Ir. Hidajat Nataatmadja, explains his megaproject of constructing what he calls "Humanics" in social sciences, which functions like Newton's Mechanics does in natural sciences, in his classical book "Karsa Menegakkan Jiwa Agama dalam Dunia Ilmiah: Versi Baru Ihya Ulumiddin, 1982.
.
.
.
.
.
#indonesianphilosophy
#southeastasianphilosophy
#southeastasianphilosophers

An Indonesian philosopher, Ki Ageng Suryomentaram, explains about his Psychology of Self, called "Karmadangsa", in his speech in 1959
.
.
.
.
#indonesianphilosophers 
#indonesianphilosophy 
#southeastasianphilosophers 
#southeastasianphilosophy 
#kiagengsuryomentaram
#karmadangsa

An Indonesian philosopher, Ki Ageng Suryomentaram, explains about his Psychology of Self, called "Karmadangsa", in his speech in 1959
.
.
.
.
#indonesianphilosophers
#indonesianphilosophy
#southeastasianphilosophers
#southeastasianphilosophy
#kiagengsuryomentaram
#karmadangsa

An Indonesian philosopher-artist, Prof.Dr. Damardjati Supadjar, explains on Javanese Philosophy in his oration at Institut Seni Indonesia Yogyakarta on 30 Maret 2009 .
.
.
.
#indonesianphilosophers 
#indonesianphilosophy 
#filsafatjawa
#javanesephilosophy
#javanesephilosophers
#southeastasianphilosophers 
#southeastasianphilosophy 
#damardjatisupadjar

An Indonesian philosopher-artist, Prof.Dr. Damardjati Supadjar, explains on Javanese Philosophy in his oration at Institut Seni Indonesia Yogyakarta on 30 Maret 2009 .
.
.
.
#indonesianphilosophers
#indonesianphilosophy
#filsafatjawa
#javanesephilosophy
#javanesephilosophers
#southeastasianphilosophers
#southeastasianphilosophy
#damardjatisupadjar

The idea of establishing a kind of philosophy typically Southeast Asian was firstly delivered by an Indonesian philosopher, Sutan Takdir Alisjahbana, before the audience in Universiti Sains Malaya, Malaysia on occasion of handing over Honoris Causa Doctor to him. This idea later on is developed to be the Southeast Asian philosophy
.
.
.
.
#indonesianphilosophy 
#indonesianphilosophers 
#southeastasianphilosophers 
#southeastasianphilosophy
#sutantakdiralisjahbana

The idea of establishing a kind of philosophy typically Southeast Asian was firstly delivered by an Indonesian philosopher, Sutan Takdir Alisjahbana, before the audience in Universiti Sains Malaya, Malaysia on occasion of handing over Honoris Causa Doctor to him. This idea later on is developed to be the Southeast Asian philosophy
.
.
.
.
#indonesianphilosophy
#indonesianphilosophers
#southeastasianphilosophers
#southeastasianphilosophy
#sutantakdiralisjahbana

Most Recent

My fave quote of Kiai Haji Imam Zarkasyi (1910-1985), whose English translation is "Nowadays, people have been in race of getting academic qualification titles instead of royal titles such as Raden, Raden Mas, and the like. The mistake is, after achieving academic titles, they really behave like noble gentility, demanding respect and not wanting to work hard. In this case, it can be said that their sky-high academic acquisition is meaningless unless it bears any fruit to their Muslim community. This kind of people always cannot bear any fruit for themselves, let alone for their relatives, family, nation, and for their Muslim community. Accordingly, people whose such egotism will be ideal prey for their enemy."
.
Kiai Haji Imam Zarkasyi, an Indonesian philosopher of Islamic education, fostered a new way in education of Muslim youth. He built his "pondok modern" (modern Islamic boarding school) whose curricula are a mixture of traditional Islamic sciences commonly taught in old system and modern sciences commonly taught in state-sponsored Western style national schools. The new-style Islamic boarding school he built is located in a village (now big town) called "Gontor" in Eastern part of Java Island. It is rendered as "Pondok Modern Gontor"
.
His principal thought in modern Islamic education is encapsulated in formulation of "Panca Jiwa" (the Five Spirits of Islamic Education). Every Islamic boarding school must have the five spirits coloring people living within it and basing their activities on these spirits. The five spirits are spirit of sincerity, spirit of simplicity, spirit of self-help, spirit of Islamic brotherhood, and spirit of freedom. The spirits become the heart of people within it and the heart of their 24-hour life.
.
Now, his peculiar and unique "pondok modern" has 19 branch schools and has around 380 schools founded by its alumni in many parts of Indonesia.
.
#indonesianphilosophy
#indonesianphilosophers
#southeastasianphilosophy
#pondokmoderngontor
#pondokalumnigontor
#pancajiwapondokmodern
#southeastasianphilosophers

My fave quote of Kiai Haji Imam Zarkasyi (1910-1985), whose English translation is "Nowadays, people have been in race of getting academic qualification titles instead of royal titles such as Raden, Raden Mas, and the like. The mistake is, after achieving academic titles, they really behave like noble gentility, demanding respect and not wanting to work hard. In this case, it can be said that their sky-high academic acquisition is meaningless unless it bears any fruit to their Muslim community. This kind of people always cannot bear any fruit for themselves, let alone for their relatives, family, nation, and for their Muslim community. Accordingly, people whose such egotism will be ideal prey for their enemy."
.
Kiai Haji Imam Zarkasyi, an Indonesian philosopher of Islamic education, fostered a new way in education of Muslim youth. He built his "pondok modern" (modern Islamic boarding school) whose curricula are a mixture of traditional Islamic sciences commonly taught in old system and modern sciences commonly taught in state-sponsored Western style national schools. The new-style Islamic boarding school he built is located in a village (now big town) called "Gontor" in Eastern part of Java Island. It is rendered as "Pondok Modern Gontor"
.
His principal thought in modern Islamic education is encapsulated in formulation of "Panca Jiwa" (the Five Spirits of Islamic Education). Every Islamic boarding school must have the five spirits coloring people living within it and basing their activities on these spirits. The five spirits are spirit of sincerity, spirit of simplicity, spirit of self-help, spirit of Islamic brotherhood, and spirit of freedom. The spirits become the heart of people within it and the heart of their 24-hour life.
.
Now, his peculiar and unique "pondok modern" has 19 branch schools and has around 380 schools founded by its alumni in many parts of Indonesia.
.
#indonesianphilosophy
#indonesianphilosophers
#southeastasianphilosophy
#pondokmoderngontor
#pondokalumnigontor
#pancajiwapondokmodern
#southeastasianphilosophers

A critical remark of Syed Hussein Alatas (a brother of Syed Naquib Alatas), a Malaysian philosopher, born in 1928 and died in 2007, in his famous book, "The Myth of Lazy Native: A Study of the Image of the Malays, Filipinos and Javanese from the 16th to the 20th Century and Its Functions in the Ideology of Colonial Capitalism" (1977).
.
Edward W. Said's Culture and Imperialism (1994) quoted largely and mentioned Alatas nine times in his book, and praised him.
.
Said stated: "Whereas the James and Antonius books were intended as serious works of scholarship and advocacy addressed from within a national movement for independence to a general audience, my other two works, Ranajit Guha's A Rule of Property for Bengal (1963) and S. H. Alatas's The Myth of the Lazy Native (1977), are post-colonial and specialist, addressing a smaller audience about more specific issues. Both these books, the former by a Bengali political economist, the latter by a Malaysian Muslim historian and social theorist, show their authors' assiduous archival research and scrupulously up-to-date documentation, argument, and generalization." (page 245).
.
Before Said's Orientalism, Alatas had researched how Western scholarship in the colonial time manipulated Eastern reality of life through conceptual and theoritical manipulations.
.
#malaysianphilosophy
#malaysianphilosophers
#southeastasianphilosophy
#southeastasianphilosophers
#syedhusseinalatas
#themythoflazynative

A critical remark of Syed Hussein Alatas (a brother of Syed Naquib Alatas), a Malaysian philosopher, born in 1928 and died in 2007, in his famous book, "The Myth of Lazy Native: A Study of the Image of the Malays, Filipinos and Javanese from the 16th to the 20th Century and Its Functions in the Ideology of Colonial Capitalism" (1977).
.
Edward W. Said's Culture and Imperialism (1994) quoted largely and mentioned Alatas nine times in his book, and praised him.
.
Said stated: "Whereas the James and Antonius books were intended as serious works of scholarship and advocacy addressed from within a national movement for independence to a general audience, my other two works, Ranajit Guha's A Rule of Property for Bengal (1963) and S. H. Alatas's The Myth of the Lazy Native (1977), are post-colonial and specialist, addressing a smaller audience about more specific issues. Both these books, the former by a Bengali political economist, the latter by a Malaysian Muslim historian and social theorist, show their authors' assiduous archival research and scrupulously up-to-date documentation, argument, and generalization." (page 245).
.
Before Said's Orientalism, Alatas had researched how Western scholarship in the colonial time manipulated Eastern reality of life through conceptual and theoritical manipulations.
.
#malaysianphilosophy
#malaysianphilosophers
#southeastasianphilosophy
#southeastasianphilosophers
#syedhusseinalatas
#themythoflazynative

A strongly moral quote taken from Abdusshomad Al-Palimbani's book, "Hidayatus Salikin fi Suluki Maskalil Muttaqin" (A Guidebook for Sufis who Take Path of the Godfearers). The quote says in English: "the goal of education is to be closer to Allah, not to get honorific title and to boast. A student should not study in order to get honorific status, to get wealth, to deceive the uneducated ones, nor to boast before his friends."
.
Abdusshomad Al-Palimbani (1714-1782 CE) is an Indonesian philosopher-cum-sufi. He wrote works in various fields of studies such as Theology, Philosophy, Sufism, Jurisprudence, and Poetics of Holy War.
.
Al-Palimbani's two poetry books called "Nashihatul Muslimina wa Tazkiratul Mu’minina fi Fadhailil Jihadi wa Karaamatil Mujtahidina fi Sabilillah" (Advice and Reminder to Muslims regarding the Virtues of Holy War and the Virtue of Martyrs of Holy War) and "Mulhiqun fi Bayani Fawaidin Nafi’ah fi Jihadi fi Sabilillah" (Explanation of the Virtues of Holy War) inspired Indonesian Muslims' waging bloody wars against the imperialist Dutchmen in the 18th century. The poetry books were read among younger people in congregations, and like drunk men, ecstacied by the grandiloquent stories of the martyrs who enter Paradise due to holy wars they engage, they flashed attacking the Dutch troops bravely.
.
Al-Palimbani's poetry books forerun other poetry books of the same genre in other parts of Indonesia, especially in Aceh. Teuku Kutakarang's Hikajat Prang Sabi and Teuku Tjik di Tiro's Hikajat Prang Sabi are two holy war poetry books written by Acehnese sage-patriots, referring to Al-Palimbani's works.
.
Al-Palimbani's works are must-read for those interested in the History of Indonesian Muslim Literature in the 18th century and for Indonesian youth eager to know and read this philosopher's works. .
#indonesianphilosophy
#indonesianphilosophers
#southeastasianphilosophers
#southeastasianphilosophy

A strongly moral quote taken from Abdusshomad Al-Palimbani's book, "Hidayatus Salikin fi Suluki Maskalil Muttaqin" (A Guidebook for Sufis who Take Path of the Godfearers). The quote says in English: "the goal of education is to be closer to Allah, not to get honorific title and to boast. A student should not study in order to get honorific status, to get wealth, to deceive the uneducated ones, nor to boast before his friends."
.
Abdusshomad Al-Palimbani (1714-1782 CE) is an Indonesian philosopher-cum-sufi. He wrote works in various fields of studies such as Theology, Philosophy, Sufism, Jurisprudence, and Poetics of Holy War.
.
Al-Palimbani's two poetry books called "Nashihatul Muslimina wa Tazkiratul Mu’minina fi Fadhailil Jihadi wa Karaamatil Mujtahidina fi Sabilillah" (Advice and Reminder to Muslims regarding the Virtues of Holy War and the Virtue of Martyrs of Holy War) and "Mulhiqun fi Bayani Fawaidin Nafi’ah fi Jihadi fi Sabilillah" (Explanation of the Virtues of Holy War) inspired Indonesian Muslims' waging bloody wars against the imperialist Dutchmen in the 18th century. The poetry books were read among younger people in congregations, and like drunk men, ecstacied by the grandiloquent stories of the martyrs who enter Paradise due to holy wars they engage, they flashed attacking the Dutch troops bravely.
.
Al-Palimbani's poetry books forerun other poetry books of the same genre in other parts of Indonesia, especially in Aceh. Teuku Kutakarang's Hikajat Prang Sabi and Teuku Tjik di Tiro's Hikajat Prang Sabi are two holy war poetry books written by Acehnese sage-patriots, referring to Al-Palimbani's works.
.
Al-Palimbani's works are must-read for those interested in the History of Indonesian Muslim Literature in the 18th century and for Indonesian youth eager to know and read this philosopher's works. .
#indonesianphilosophy
#indonesianphilosophers
#southeastasianphilosophers
#southeastasianphilosophy

The quote is a famous karika (poetical verse) by Serlingpa Dharmakirti (circa 970-1040), an Indonesian philosopher-logician-cum-dialectician, who wrote 7 treatises on valid cognition
.
.
His birthdate and deathdate is unclear. Indian sources tell that he was born in 635 and was dead in 650, while Tibetan sources tell that he met Atisha (982-1054), a Tibetan philosopher who studied Buddhism in Srivijaya Kingdom in Sumatera Island under Dharmakirti's tutorship amidst his lifetime, which forces us to believe that Dharmakirti must have lived between 970 and 1040 CE
.
.
Two countries compete to claim that Dharmakirti is their philosophers. India claims that he is her philosopher; so does Indonesia. He is too precious to ignore. His legacy in logics can now be traced in Tibetan school of philosophy called "dGe lugs School"
.
.
His 7 treatises on logics are Saṃbandhaparikṣhāvrtti, Pramāṇaviniścaya, Pramāṇavārttikakārika, Nyāyabinduprakaraṇa, Hetubindunāmaprakaraṇa, Saṃtānāntarasiddhināmaprakaraṇa, and Vādanyāyanāmaprakaraṇa
.
.
.
#indonesianphilosophers
#indonesianphilosophy
#southeastasianphilosophers
#southeastasianphilosophy
#dharmakirti
#serlingpa
#tsemrinpoche
#atisha
#tibetanphilosophy

The quote is a famous karika (poetical verse) by Serlingpa Dharmakirti (circa 970-1040), an Indonesian philosopher-logician-cum-dialectician, who wrote 7 treatises on valid cognition
.
.
His birthdate and deathdate is unclear. Indian sources tell that he was born in 635 and was dead in 650, while Tibetan sources tell that he met Atisha (982-1054), a Tibetan philosopher who studied Buddhism in Srivijaya Kingdom in Sumatera Island under Dharmakirti's tutorship amidst his lifetime, which forces us to believe that Dharmakirti must have lived between 970 and 1040 CE
.
.
Two countries compete to claim that Dharmakirti is their philosophers. India claims that he is her philosopher; so does Indonesia. He is too precious to ignore. His legacy in logics can now be traced in Tibetan school of philosophy called "dGe lugs School"
.
.
His 7 treatises on logics are Saṃbandhaparikṣhāvrtti, Pramāṇaviniścaya, Pramāṇavārttikakārika, Nyāyabinduprakaraṇa, Hetubindunāmaprakaraṇa, Saṃtānāntarasiddhināmaprakaraṇa, and Vādanyāyanāmaprakaraṇa
.
.
.
#indonesianphilosophers
#indonesianphilosophy
#southeastasianphilosophers
#southeastasianphilosophy
#dharmakirti
#serlingpa
#tsemrinpoche
#atisha
#tibetanphilosophy

A wise saying whose translation is "He who strives will succeed. He who struggles will get glory. It is not abundance but blessing that makes wealth enough and suffices. It is decreed by God that all those that live are given their share." is written by an Indonesian philosopher-poet, Raden Ngabehi Ranggawarsita (1802-1873). Ranggawarsita wrote his works in literary Javanese, applying strict rules of Javanese poetics. His poetry contains moral, ethical, as well as spiritual-tantric teachings, advising his Javanese fellows to live a spiritual life and detach themselves from materialism 
#indonesianphilosophy
#indonesianphilosophers
#southeastasianphilosophy
#southeastasianphilosophers
#ronggowarsito

A wise saying whose translation is "He who strives will succeed. He who struggles will get glory. It is not abundance but blessing that makes wealth enough and suffices. It is decreed by God that all those that live are given their share." is written by an Indonesian philosopher-poet, Raden Ngabehi Ranggawarsita (1802-1873). Ranggawarsita wrote his works in literary Javanese, applying strict rules of Javanese poetics. His poetry contains moral, ethical, as well as spiritual-tantric teachings, advising his Javanese fellows to live a spiritual life and detach themselves from materialism
#indonesianphilosophy
#indonesianphilosophers
#southeastasianphilosophy
#southeastasianphilosophers
#ronggowarsito

Soekarno, an Indonesian philosopher-president, explained in his famous not-guilty plea later documented as "Indonesia Menggugat" (1926) that he fostered nationalistic spirit on his party members (PNI, Indonesian Nationalists Party) through three methods: reminiscing about Indonesian past history of glory and victory, realizing the present miseries of being a colonized country, and making the future dreams come true through national struggle for independence.

In the first part of his plea, Soekarno (1901-1970) traced history of old imperialism, modern imperialism, old capitalism, and modern capitalism done by most European countries in the 1920s. Then, he reflected on realities of the Dutch East Indies in his time, juxtaposing the modern imperialism and the modern capitalism which the Dutch had done over Indonesia as two main enemies that his party must eradicate.

The plea is full of quotations from the Dutch intellectuals and European leftists as well as right wing, essay-like, and quite argumentative, ensuring the court that what he did with his party is not illegal; it is even legal and in accordance to basic human rights.

This plea is a must-read for all Indonesian youth and those who are interested in history of Indonesia under the Dutch power in the 1920s.

#indonesianphilosophers
#indonesianphilosophy
#southeastasianphilosophers
#southeastasianphilosophy
#soekarno
#indonesiamenggugat

Soekarno, an Indonesian philosopher-president, explained in his famous not-guilty plea later documented as "Indonesia Menggugat" (1926) that he fostered nationalistic spirit on his party members (PNI, Indonesian Nationalists Party) through three methods: reminiscing about Indonesian past history of glory and victory, realizing the present miseries of being a colonized country, and making the future dreams come true through national struggle for independence.

In the first part of his plea, Soekarno (1901-1970) traced history of old imperialism, modern imperialism, old capitalism, and modern capitalism done by most European countries in the 1920s. Then, he reflected on realities of the Dutch East Indies in his time, juxtaposing the modern imperialism and the modern capitalism which the Dutch had done over Indonesia as two main enemies that his party must eradicate.

The plea is full of quotations from the Dutch intellectuals and European leftists as well as right wing, essay-like, and quite argumentative, ensuring the court that what he did with his party is not illegal; it is even legal and in accordance to basic human rights.

This plea is a must-read for all Indonesian youth and those who are interested in history of Indonesia under the Dutch power in the 1920s.

#indonesianphilosophers
#indonesianphilosophy
#southeastasianphilosophers
#southeastasianphilosophy
#soekarno
#indonesiamenggugat

An Indonesian philosopher-feminist, Toety Heraty Noerhadi, through her prosaic poetry entitled "Calonarang: Kisah Perempuan Korban Patriarki" criticizes both men's patriarchy and women's gullibility. She is an emeritus professor of Philosophy at Universitas Indonesia
.
.
.
.
#indonesianphilosophers 
#indonesianphilosophy 
#southeastasianphilosophers 
#southeastasianphilosophy
#toetyheraty
#indonesianfeminists

An Indonesian philosopher-feminist, Toety Heraty Noerhadi, through her prosaic poetry entitled "Calonarang: Kisah Perempuan Korban Patriarki" criticizes both men's patriarchy and women's gullibility. She is an emeritus professor of Philosophy at Universitas Indonesia
.
.
.
.
#indonesianphilosophers
#indonesianphilosophy
#southeastasianphilosophers
#southeastasianphilosophy
#toetyheraty
#indonesianfeminists

"Everyone should be your teacher. Every house should be your school" is a famous saying of an Indonesian philosopher-educationist, Ki Hajar Dewantara (aka Soerjadi Soerjaningrat), who lived between 1889 and 1959. He built a school named "Taman Siswa" (The Garden of Students). To him, a school should be as comfortable and cozy as a garden where students enjoy the paths of learning they step on, discover new things at the premises of the learning garden, and cultivate freely the senses of beauty and spirituality on things at the garden
.
.
.
#indonesianphilosophers
#indonesianphilosophy
#southeastasianphilosophers
#southeastasianphilosophy
#tamansiswa
#filsafattamansiswa
#kihajardewantara
#filsafatpendidikantamansiswa
#javanesephilosophyofeducation

"Everyone should be your teacher. Every house should be your school" is a famous saying of an Indonesian philosopher-educationist, Ki Hajar Dewantara (aka Soerjadi Soerjaningrat), who lived between 1889 and 1959. He built a school named "Taman Siswa" (The Garden of Students). To him, a school should be as comfortable and cozy as a garden where students enjoy the paths of learning they step on, discover new things at the premises of the learning garden, and cultivate freely the senses of beauty and spirituality on things at the garden
.
.
.
#indonesianphilosophers
#indonesianphilosophy
#southeastasianphilosophers
#southeastasianphilosophy
#tamansiswa
#filsafattamansiswa
#kihajardewantara
#filsafatpendidikantamansiswa
#javanesephilosophyofeducation

"Being a brainy without ethics will necessarily be deceitfulness" is what Nicolaus Drijarkara, an eminent Indonesian ethician, reminds us in his book "Filsafat Manusia" (1969)
.
.
.
#indonesianphilosophers 
#indonesianphilosophy 
#southeastasianphilosophers 
#southeastasianphilosophy
#ndrijarkara

"Being a brainy without ethics will necessarily be deceitfulness" is what Nicolaus Drijarkara, an eminent Indonesian ethician, reminds us in his book "Filsafat Manusia" (1969)
.
.
.
#indonesianphilosophers
#indonesianphilosophy
#southeastasianphilosophers
#southeastasianphilosophy
#ndrijarkara

A lecturer of Indonesian Philosophy in Universitas Multimedia Indonesia, explains three kinds of Indigenous Psychology constructed by three Javanese philosophers: R.M. Panji Sosrokartono, Soemantri Hardjoprakosa, and Ki Ageng Soerjomentaram, in his proceeding of the 3rd International Conference on Indonesian Studies: Diversity, Continuity, and Changes (2011) at University of Indonesia Jakarta
.
.
.
.
#indonesianphilosophy
#indonesianstudies
#indonesianphilosophers
#southeastasianphilosophy
#southeastasianphilosophers
#aryaningaryakresna

A lecturer of Indonesian Philosophy in Universitas Multimedia Indonesia, explains three kinds of Indigenous Psychology constructed by three Javanese philosophers: R.M. Panji Sosrokartono, Soemantri Hardjoprakosa, and Ki Ageng Soerjomentaram, in his proceeding of the 3rd International Conference on Indonesian Studies: Diversity, Continuity, and Changes (2011) at University of Indonesia Jakarta
.
.
.
.
#indonesianphilosophy
#indonesianstudies
#indonesianphilosophers
#southeastasianphilosophy
#southeastasianphilosophers
#aryaningaryakresna

An Indonesian philosopher, Ki Ageng Suryomentaram, explains about his Psychology of Self, called "Karmadangsa", in his speech in 1959
.
.
.
.
#indonesianphilosophers 
#indonesianphilosophy 
#southeastasianphilosophers 
#southeastasianphilosophy 
#kiagengsuryomentaram
#karmadangsa

An Indonesian philosopher, Ki Ageng Suryomentaram, explains about his Psychology of Self, called "Karmadangsa", in his speech in 1959
.
.
.
.
#indonesianphilosophers
#indonesianphilosophy
#southeastasianphilosophers
#southeastasianphilosophy
#kiagengsuryomentaram
#karmadangsa

An Indonesian philosopher-artist, Prof.Dr. Damardjati Supadjar, explains on Javanese Philosophy in his oration at Institut Seni Indonesia Yogyakarta on 30 Maret 2009 .
.
.
.
#indonesianphilosophers 
#indonesianphilosophy 
#filsafatjawa
#javanesephilosophy
#javanesephilosophers
#southeastasianphilosophers 
#southeastasianphilosophy 
#damardjatisupadjar

An Indonesian philosopher-artist, Prof.Dr. Damardjati Supadjar, explains on Javanese Philosophy in his oration at Institut Seni Indonesia Yogyakarta on 30 Maret 2009 .
.
.
.
#indonesianphilosophers
#indonesianphilosophy
#filsafatjawa
#javanesephilosophy
#javanesephilosophers
#southeastasianphilosophers
#southeastasianphilosophy
#damardjatisupadjar

An Indonesian philosopher-artist, Jakob Sumardjo, criticizes our preference of Western philosophers and encourages our re-learning on our autochtonous philosophers, in his work "Mencari Sukma Indonesia" (2003)
.
.
.
.
.
#indonesianphilosophy 
#indonesianphilosophers 
#southeastasianphilosophers 
#southeastasianphilosophy
#jakobsumardjo

An Indonesian philosopher-artist, Jakob Sumardjo, criticizes our preference of Western philosophers and encourages our re-learning on our autochtonous philosophers, in his work "Mencari Sukma Indonesia" (2003)
.
.
.
.
.
#indonesianphilosophy
#indonesianphilosophers
#southeastasianphilosophers
#southeastasianphilosophy
#jakobsumardjo

An Indonesian philosopher-artist, Jakob Sumardjo, emphasizes the undeniability of the existence of autochtonic Indonesian philosophical tradition in his seminal book, "Mencari Sukma Indonesia" (2003). .
.
.
.
.
#indonesianphilosophy 
#indonesianphilosophers 
#southeastasianphilosophy 
#southeastasianphilosophers 
#jakobsumardjo
#filsafatindonesia
#filsafatnusantara
#filsafatbumantara

An Indonesian philosopher-artist, Jakob Sumardjo, emphasizes the undeniability of the existence of autochtonic Indonesian philosophical tradition in his seminal book, "Mencari Sukma Indonesia" (2003). .
.
.
.
.
#indonesianphilosophy
#indonesianphilosophers
#southeastasianphilosophy
#southeastasianphilosophers
#jakobsumardjo
#filsafatindonesia
#filsafatnusantara
#filsafatbumantara

The idea of establishing a kind of philosophy typically Southeast Asian was firstly delivered by an Indonesian philosopher, Sutan Takdir Alisjahbana, before the audience in Universiti Sains Malaya, Malaysia on occasion of handing over Honoris Causa Doctor to him. This idea later on is developed to be the Southeast Asian philosophy
.
.
.
.
#indonesianphilosophy 
#indonesianphilosophers 
#southeastasianphilosophers 
#southeastasianphilosophy
#sutantakdiralisjahbana

The idea of establishing a kind of philosophy typically Southeast Asian was firstly delivered by an Indonesian philosopher, Sutan Takdir Alisjahbana, before the audience in Universiti Sains Malaya, Malaysia on occasion of handing over Honoris Causa Doctor to him. This idea later on is developed to be the Southeast Asian philosophy
.
.
.
.
#indonesianphilosophy
#indonesianphilosophers
#southeastasianphilosophers
#southeastasianphilosophy
#sutantakdiralisjahbana

An Indonesian philosopher-theologian, YB Mangunwijaya, states that the future Indonesia needs economico-political philosophers who can invent economic blueprints which make Indonesian people prosperous economically and can guarantee their social rights, in his newspaper article (1998) few months before his death. .
.
.
.
.
#indonesianphilosophy
#indonesianphilosophers
#southeastasianphilosophy
#southeastasianphilosophers
#ybmangunwijaya

An Indonesian philosopher-theologian, YB Mangunwijaya, states that the future Indonesia needs economico-political philosophers who can invent economic blueprints which make Indonesian people prosperous economically and can guarantee their social rights, in his newspaper article (1998) few months before his death. .
.
.
.
.
#indonesianphilosophy
#indonesianphilosophers
#southeastasianphilosophy
#southeastasianphilosophers
#ybmangunwijaya

An Indonesian scientist-philosopher, Dr. Ir. Hidajat Nataatmadja, explains his megaproject of constructing what he calls "Humanics" in social sciences, which functions like Newton's Mechanics does in natural sciences, in his classical book "Karsa Menegakkan Jiwa Agama dalam Dunia Ilmiah: Versi Baru Ihya Ulumiddin, 1982.
.
.
.
.
.
#indonesianphilosophy
#southeastasianphilosophy
#southeastasianphilosophers

An Indonesian scientist-philosopher, Dr. Ir. Hidajat Nataatmadja, explains his megaproject of constructing what he calls "Humanics" in social sciences, which functions like Newton's Mechanics does in natural sciences, in his classical book "Karsa Menegakkan Jiwa Agama dalam Dunia Ilmiah: Versi Baru Ihya Ulumiddin, 1982.
.
.
.
.
.
#indonesianphilosophy
#southeastasianphilosophy
#southeastasianphilosophers

a quote taken from an article by a Filipino philosopher, Emerita S. Quito, which investigates the philosophical traditions in the Philippines. The article is published in UNESCO's Teaching and Research in Philosophy: Asia and The Pacific (1986)
.
.
.
.
#southeastasianphilosophy 
#southeastasianphilosophers 
#filipinophilosophy
#filipinophilosophers

a quote taken from an article by a Filipino philosopher, Emerita S. Quito, which investigates the philosophical traditions in the Philippines. The article is published in UNESCO's Teaching and Research in Philosophy: Asia and The Pacific (1986)
.
.
.
.
#southeastasianphilosophy
#southeastasianphilosophers
#filipinophilosophy
#filipinophilosophers

Pham Van Duc, a Vietnamese philosopher, explained distinguishing features of Vietnamese Philosophy different from Indian Philosophy, in his essay "Some Reflections on Key Orientations in Philosophical Research in Vietnam Today" (2013).
.
.
.
.
.
#southeastasianphilosophy 
#southeastasianphilosophers
#vietnamesephilosophy
#vietnamesephilosophers

Pham Van Duc, a Vietnamese philosopher, explained distinguishing features of Vietnamese Philosophy different from Indian Philosophy, in his essay "Some Reflections on Key Orientations in Philosophical Research in Vietnam Today" (2013).
.
.
.
.
.
#southeastasianphilosophy
#southeastasianphilosophers
#vietnamesephilosophy
#vietnamesephilosophers

a quote of Tan Malaka's Naar de Republik Indonesia (1925), stating the role the intellectuals play in changing their societies. .
.
.
.
#indonesianphilosophy 
#southeastasianphilosophy 
#southeastasianphilosophers 
#tanmalaka
#naarderepublikindonesia
#southeastasianliterature

a quote of Tan Malaka's Naar de Republik Indonesia (1925), stating the role the intellectuals play in changing their societies. .
.
.
.
#indonesianphilosophy
#southeastasianphilosophy
#southeastasianphilosophers
#tanmalaka
#naarderepublikindonesia
#southeastasianliterature

An enlightening quote of Tan Malaka's Massa Actie (1926), whose translation is "Do not imitate the West, yet be a smart student of the East ... You will not be the student, and even a human being, if you do not want to be independent and try to do independently". Doing philosophy independently of the West is the strong message of his book

An enlightening quote of Tan Malaka's Massa Actie (1926), whose translation is "Do not imitate the West, yet be a smart student of the East ... You will not be the student, and even a human being, if you do not want to be independent and try to do independently". Doing philosophy independently of the West is the strong message of his book

As the title shows, the book is about Information Technology Ethics, written by a prominent philosopher of Thailand, Soraj Hongladarom. A rarely discussed topic by #southeast Asian philosophers within the field of #southeastasianphilosophy.

As the title shows, the book is about Information Technology Ethics, written by a prominent philosopher of Thailand, Soraj Hongladarom. A rarely discussed topic by #southeast Asian philosophers within the field of #southeastasianphilosophy .