Introduction to the Philosophy of the Human Person


Introduction to the Philosophy
of the Human Person


Philosophy of the Human Person: An Introductory Text for Senior High School is a textbook designed to fill in the demands of Senior High School education: achieve holistic global citizens equipped with critical thinking skills and with ingrained capacity for insights-production and concepts-generation. It facilitates learning of higher philosophical theories that cover significant themes of intellectual history from the Ancient Greeks to the Existentialists, and to the Postmodern; taught in the traditional Socratic, rational, intuitive, reflective practice with leveled design using up-to-date pedagogical approaches.


Authors: Loreto G. Camilosa, Edgardo B. Garnace, Rommel M. Mazo, Evelyn D. Perez

Copyright 2016

ISBN: 978-971-06-3925-0


Making Life Worth Living: An Introduction to the Philosophy of the Human Person (Padayon Series)—The textbook follows the K to 12 curriculum design of the course Introduction to the Philosophy of the Human Person. Supplementary topics, however, are added to better address the objectives of the course and to make the course more relevant to present realities and issues. Simple, direct, and clear language is used in explaining concepts and views without sacrificing the depth of what they convey. Complex philosophical ideas are thereby simplified for students to better appreciate and benefit more from the valuable insights expressed by these ideas. Discussions are thematically arranged and systematically organized.

Author: Napoleon M. Mabaquiao Jr., PhD

Copyright 2016