A Comparative Study of the Logical Philosophies of Lao Tzu and Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel as Applied to the Religion in the Philippines

Topics: Philosophy, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel, Religion Pages: 3 (623 words) Published: September 9, 2013
A Comparative Study of the Logical Philosophies of Lao Tzu and Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel as Applied to the Religion in the Philippines

by
Shekainah Joy B. Raymundo
BSA 13

ABSTRACT
Title: A Comparative Study of the Logical Philosophies of Lao Tzu and Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel as Applied to the Religion in the Philippines Total Number of Pages: 38
Author: Shekainah Joy B. Raymundo
Type of Document: Comparative Study
Name and Address of Institution: DE LA SALLE UNIVERSITY - DASMARIÑAS DBB-B Dasmariñas, Cavite, Philippines 4115 West Ave, Dasmariñas City Objective of the Study:
a. General
To compare and contrast the philosophies of Lao Tzu and Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel and apply it to the religion in the Philippines b. Specific
1. To identify differences and similarities of religious philosophies of Lao Tzu and Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel. 2. To relate their philosophies with the religion in the Philippines. Scope and Coverage:

The study shall cover the religious philosophies of Lao Tzu and Hegel and their significance to the issue of religion in the Philippines. It will focus on Lao Tzu’s Taoism and Hegel’s view of Christianity. Also, this study will have a review of the current situation of the religion in the Philippines. Methodology:

The researcher used the descriptive analysis in completing the paper. Major findings:
The religious philosophy of Hegel which pertains to Christianity is the major religion in the Philippines although some eastern views of Lao Tzu is adopted by some Filipinos and is applicable to some Filipino’s belief. Conclusion:

Hegel is very much on the Christianity side. He gives his reader enough reason and justification that God is the absolute truth, the truth of all things and subjectively that religion alone is true knowledge (Hodgson 2006). Lao Tzu values the harmony of nature and the guidance of our behavior and consciousness. Recommendations:

1. After a thorough review of Lao Tzu and...
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