|#1||The humanisation of everyday activity: an intentional process in social life involving the mutual influence of ultimate values and principal objects.||PH6K-L7B ↔ L4B|
|#2||Attainment of a sustained ultimate experience of oneness of all things, non-dual cognition, clear light, utter awareness, and dissolution of the individuated personality into the universal mind, God or Absolute Reality.
Syn: moksha, wu, satori, zazen, nirvana.
|#3||A philosophical approach emerging in the 18th century that elevated the individual, reason and science above community, tradition and religious edicts. Noted thinkers in this tradition included: Locke, Hume, Voltaire, Montesquieu, and Mill.|
Last updated: 15-Jan-2014