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About this Item: U. Published by Peter Smith. About this Item: Peter Smith. Seller Inventory CS Moirans is horrified by the idea that this creature, so lovely, intelligent, and full of life, might go and bury herself in a convent and he decides to do his utmost to make her give up her intention Clarisse is deeply shocked; her father now appears to her as an impostor, virtually as a deliberate fraud In this case, Moirans is unable to treat either of his daughters as a subject, instead rejecting both because each does not conform to her objectified image in his mind.
Marcel notes that such objectification "does no less than denude its object of the one thing which he has which is of value, and so it degrades him effectively. Another related major thread in Marcel was the struggle to protect one's subjectivity from annihilation by modern materialism and a technologically driven society. Marcel argued that scientific egoism replaces the "mystery" of being with a false scenario of human life composed of technical "problems" and "solutions".
For Marcel, the human subject cannot exist in the technological world, instead being replaced by a human object. As he points out in Man Against Mass Society and other works, technology has a privileged authority with which it persuades the subject to accept his place as "he" in the internal dialogue of science; and as a result, man is convinced by science to rejoice in his own annihilation. Marcel was puzzled and disappointed that his reputation was almost entirely based on his philosophical treatises and not on his plays, which he wrote in the hope of appealing to a wider lay audience.
He also influenced phenomenologist and Thomistic philosopher Karol Wojtyla later Pope John Paul II , who drew on Marcel's distinction between "being" and "having" in his critique of technological change. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Gabriel Marcel. Paris , France. Christian existentialism Existential phenomenology  Personalism.
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