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Kornelis Usboko
Lumen Veritatis: Jurnal Filsafat dan Teologi, Volume 10, pp 13-22; doi:10.30822/lumenveritatis.v10i1.206

Abstract: “The goal of education according to Habermas is to humanize human being. There was a wise man from India ever said that an answer against one thousand problems was education. Nelson Mandela also said: education was the most powerful weapon that we could use to change the world. These all show us that education becomes a very urgent need of human life. Through education human being is processing to be more human and finding the solution against a number of problems of his/her life like poverty, ignorance and many other cases”.
Norbertus Jegalus
Lumen Veritatis: Jurnal Filsafat dan Teologi, Volume 10, pp 97-122; doi:10.30822/lumenveritatis.v10i1.218

Abstract: Laymen in the Church have an unique mission in the world. They are sent by Christ the Lord to transform the world with the christian values. They have a great responsability in spreaching the Gospel to all people. In cooperation with the clergy, they should realize Jesus' teaching of love in the act of loving to each other, especially the sick, the poor, the suffer. They should promote human rights, justice, peace and common wealth in the society where they live. This is their mission based on the faith, Gospel and The Social Teaching of the Church. This mission is a form of diaconia of the laymen in the Church
Yasintus T. Runesi
Lumen Veritatis: Jurnal Filsafat dan Teologi, Volume 10, pp 45-82; doi:10.30822/lumenveritatis.v10i1.208

Abstract: In his path of thinking, particularly from the 1930s onwards, Martin Heidegger firmly believed that Sein reveals itself, when human being, whom he termed as Dasein, awakened from his blindness of common sense and struggle for grasps his own authenticity. In this paper I examine Heidegger’s destruction of the work of art as a site of strife between art and politics in his text, Der Ursprung des Kunstwerkes. Heidegger’s position is complex: on the one hand, he acknowledges that Sein is a phenomenon beyond our horizon of understanding, Sein is all about not something particular; on the other hand, he insists that Sein’s presence through art inscribed in a certain particular identity, especially German volks. In response, I argue that the identification of Sein with a particular identity such as German volks, offers the truth that the politics itself is forged and instituted in and as work of art. Some conclusions will be drawn concerning the importance of the small dimension of Heidegger’s thought on art in contemporary politics.
Yohanes Victor Lasi Usbobo
Lumen Veritatis: Jurnal Filsafat dan Teologi, Volume 10, pp 83-96; doi:10.30822/lumenveritatis.v10i1.209

Abstract: The implementation of todays forest management that based on formal-scientific knowledge and technical knowledge seems to fail to protect the forest from deforestation and the environmental damage. Decolonialisation of western knowledge could give an opportunity to identify and find the knowledge and practices of indigenous people in sustainable forest management. Forest management based on the indigenous knowledge and practices is believed easy to be accepted by the indigenous community due to the knowledge and practice is known and ‘lived’ by them. The Atoni Pah Meto from West Timor has their own customary law in forest management that is knows as Bunuk. In the installation of Bunuk, there is a concencus among the community members to protect and preserve the forest through the vow to the supreme one, the ruler of the earth and the ancestors, thus, bunuk is becoming a le’u (sacred). Thus, the Atoni Meto will not break the bunuk due to the secredness. Adapting the bunuk to the modern forest management in the Atoni Meto areas could be one of the best options in protecting and preserving the forest.
Giovanni Aditya Arum
Lumen Veritatis: Jurnal Filsafat dan Teologi, Volume 10, pp 23-44; doi:10.30822/lumenveritatis.v10i1.207

Abstract: In principle justice touches the human nature as social animal. The discourse of justice has become an important theme in social and political philosophy all the times. St. Thomas Aquinas is one of the philosophers who pays much attention on this theme. In Summa Theologiae, he spent a lot of pages to explain justice as one of the cardinal virtues. Inspired by Aristotle, he defined justice as “a habit whereby a man renders to each one his due by a constant and perpetual will.” This essay wants to explain the discourse of justice according to St. Thomas Aquinas and to compare it with the concept of justice in fifth principle of Pancasila. The writter uses the relevancy study to get the convergency idea between two different ideas of justice. This essay will explore both concept of justice by St. Thomas Aquinas and Pancasila perspective. There are at least some convergency ideas between those two. But the pressure point is the concept of bonum commune. Pancasila as the Philosophische Grondslag of Indonesia as like as St. Thomas Aquinas’ idea of justice emphasizes the common good (bonum commune) as the very end of Indonesia nation. Reflecting on these convergency ideas, we can find some relevant discourses concerning justice in socio-political life of Indonesian people, i.e: law, politic, and religion. In the end of this essay, the writer gives a critical thought to the tendency of the liberalism pathology in social life
Herman P. Panda
Lumen Veritatis: Jurnal Filsafat dan Teologi, Volume 10, pp 1-12; doi:10.30822/lumenveritatis.v10i1.205

Abstract: In this article the author presents the views of the Catholic Church herself about the identity of Catholic schools. This view is spread in a number of Church documents both issued by the Vatican II and by the Pope and Roman Dicasteries. According to this view, Catholic schools have a basic call to educate children and young people to become individuals who have integrity, wisdom and firm faith. For this reason, every Catholic School must continue to maintain a supernatural vision, a strong anthropological foundation, an integral education, the spirit of unity and togetherness of all those involved in the educational process and sustained by the living testimony of the teachers.
Meielisa Chrisylla
ARTEKS : Jurnal Teknik Arsitektur, Volume 1, pp 1-14; doi:10.30822/arteks.v1i1.20

Abstract: As a place of holy worship, a Catholic Church should posses a sacred interior and exterior expression. Modernization has caused a good deal of this sacred expression of the Catholic Church to fade. As Catholic Church is a place of worship that supports all liturgical activities, semiotic theory are used to analyze and decipher its architecture to preserve sacredness. The research methodology that was employed was qualitative methods using Peirce’s semiotic principles and their implementation in Church architecture. The principle was then used to analyze two case studies in every detail of their draw up. The area of planning encompassed: (1) Scope of the surrounding environment; (2) Scope of the site; (3) Scope of the form. This analysis employed semiotic principles that were elaborated with Catholic Church principles to create a guideline in the architectural planning of a Catholic Church. The purpose of this research is to find the most dominant sacral expression between Santo Petrus Church and the Santa Perawan Maria Tujuh Kedukaan Church by means of the symbols attached to the architectural elements between these two Catholic Churches.
Sidhi Pramudito, Antonius Lanang Tegar Wicaksana Praptantya, David Jeffry Nasir
ARTEKS : Jurnal Teknik Arsitektur, Volume 3, pp 171-186; doi:10.30822/arteks.v3i2.68

Abstract: Riverbanks are one of the urban areas that often experience decrease in its environment quality. This is caused by the improper utilization of riverbanks as a living space. Consequently, the quality of adequate housing for the community is difficult to achieve. Although the government has tried to build flats as a solution to the problem, some residents choose to abandon them because of its formal and rigid vertical dwelling model that make the residents feel lack of togetherness and interaction between community. This kind of communal perspectives sometimes cannot be found when they live in horizontal dwelling (kampung). The purpose of this paper is to generate recomendation for a vertical dwelling model based on the form of community interaction in Kampung Gampingan, located at the Winongo River. The paper is expected to be an alternative solution for stakeholders in planning and designing settlements, especially in villages on the banks of urban rivers.
Johannes Widodo
ARTEKS : Jurnal Teknik Arsitektur, Volume 3, pp 145-148; doi:10.30822/arteks.v3i2.65

Abstract: Human is the centre of natural exploitation and built environment, a belief that has been existed since the beginning of civilization when human started to adapt into the natural environment and to articulate nature into built-environment. Human as creator and innovator of the built environment put himself at the centre of the universe: geographically is at the middle ground in between the mountain and the waterfront, chronologically is in between the sunrise and the sunset, and ideologically is in between heaven above and underworld beneath the earth. He stands at the middle of circles that define inside and outside and denote sacred and profane. Water is the essence of life. Therefore, the forested hills and mountains that provide steady supply of fresh water are preserved and well protected, spiritually and physically. To ensure the continuous flow of the lifeline, the forests are protected against violations and destructions, through rituals and social rules. The choice of location for the built-up area of the settlement is carefully considered against natural and supra-natural factors, in order to ensure the harmonious relationships between human, nature, and the spirits. In rational sense, it is to ensure the survivability of the community’s existence and its livelihood.
Refranisa
ARTEKS : Jurnal Teknik Arsitektur, Volume 3, pp 159-170; doi:10.30822/arteks.v3i2.67

Abstract: Dusun Mantran Wetan is a hamlet located at the foot of Mount Andong of Magelang Regency whose majority of its inhabitants are people with Javanese-Islam acculturation background. Communal rituals of Javanese tradition are still well-preserved and practiced in certain spaces that allow a forming of a settlement pattern of the hamlet. This study aims to improve and deepen people’s scientific knowledge of settlement pattern of Dusun Wetan Mantran Magelang in the frame of Javanese culture as well as to support the effort to preserve the settlement pattern of the hamlet. An empirical approach was used in this study. The data were collected through field observations, interviews, and from a number of Javanese culture literatures. This study reports that there exist two sacred places/shrines and two communal spaces as center points where people hold their communal rituals. To conclude, well-preserved Javanese cultural symbolization established in the community determines the settlement pattern of Dusun Mantran Wetan.
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