By EMMA BORNE News Writer On Thursday, Clemens Sedmak, professor of moral and social theology at King’s College in London, spoke on dignity and justice at the annual Center for Social Concerns Fr. Bernie Clark lecture. The lecture, titled “The Deep Practice of Human Dignity,” focused on three key ideas: the concept of human dignity, the concept of integrity and the concept of deep practice. Sedmak said human dignity is not only a concept, but also a way of life. “[Human dignity] is a way of experiencing, a way of thinking and a way of acting,” Sedmak said. “Dignity is not only something that can be used as a concept; you need to do it. It needs to have this kind of cash value.” Human dignity is closely related to human integrity, Sedmak said. “The concept of dignity and integrity are linked because of the focus on vulnerability in both. … Human dignity needs an understanding of vulnerability,” she said. “Vulnerability is important because it violates integrity.” In order to understand others’ vulnerability as a concept, Sedmak said, “we have to understand our own vulnerability.” Sedmak said understanding our own vulnerability in turn allows us to practice human dignity, clarifying the third point of his lecture. Humans need to practice human dignity for the simple reason of being human, Sedmak said. “The concept of human dignity is command and the command consists in saying: value the human person because she is human,” Sedmak said. “And that is where the justification stops.” Even in a difficult circumstance, Sedmak said the practice of human dignity comes with the concept of being whole-hearted. “Deep practice has these two properties: there are adverse circumstances… and secondly a moment of whole heartedness,” Sedmak said. “If you want to appropriate a skill under adverse circumstances, you must be fully motivated.” Though deep practices are not easy, Sedmak said deep practices are essential to human dignity. “If we want the concept of dignity to have friction we need to appropriate it by way of deep practices,” Sedmak said. Contact EmmaBorne at [email protected]
Loading… It also said that they “have agreed to work together to arrive at shared solutions”. The current UK lockdown period is due to end on April 13 which will allow clubs and players to begin training again. It is understood that a conference call involving the various governing bodies helped them to reach a solution, although it could still be altered should the situation change in the UK. Liverpool have looked like champions elect for much of the season Read Also: Ighalo wins Man Utd’s goal of the month award Liverpool currently lead the Premier League by 25 points and are destined to be named champions, although they have been forced to wait. A host of teams are trying to ensure they retain top flight status at the opposite end of the table. In the Championship Leeds and West Brom are favourites to be promoted to the Premier League, but the second tier still has nine games to play. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Games will be played behind closed doors as a precaution with the coronavirus pandemic claiming thousands of lives worldwide. Authorities are determined to finish the season according to football.london amid fears over the financial ramifications. A lack of matchday revenue is likely to hit teams in the third and fourth tiers of English football more than any other. Fixtures are currently postponed until April 30 at the earliest with the majority of Premier League sides still having nine games to play. Governing bodies have said that “difficult decisions will have to be taken” as they bid to conclude the current season. The Premier League are set to restart the season behind closed doors and finish it over a period of four to six weeks. The football league are set to follow the same time frame as they bid to conclude the campaign once it resumes after also discussing measures with the FA. Promoted ContentTop 10 Most Romantic Nations In The World8 Superfoods For Growing Hair Back And Stimulating Its Growth5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parks5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parks8 Things To Expect If An Asteroid Hits Our PlanetCan Playing Too Many Video Games Hurt Your Body?The 10 Best Secondary Education Systems In The World7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend BetterThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read MoreSome Impressive And Almost Shocking Robots That Exist8 Ways Drones Will Automate Our Future7 Black Hole Facts That Will Change Your View Of The Universe
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Swansea striker Wilfried Bony has signed a one-year contract extension that will keep him at the Liberty Stadium until June 2018. Press Association “It’s great news for the club,” Swansea manager Garry Monk told the official club website. “I’ve spoken a lot about what Bony has brought to the club not just on the pitch but off it as well. “These types of players are ones that we do our best to keep at the club for a long time but it’s also important that we see commitment from that player towards the club, his team-mates and the fans. “Bony has shown that he is very committed to this club by signing an extension here.” Bony has scored four goals in 11 league games this season, helping lift Swansea to fifth in the table ahead of their trip to Manchester City on Saturday. Bony joined the Swans from Dutch side Vitesse Arnhem in June 2013 for a club-record £12million and the Ivory Coast forward scored 25 goals in his first season. The 25-year-old’s impressive debut campaign in the Barclays Premier League sparked interest from Liverpool, Arsenal and Tottenham last summer but Swansea were determined to hang onto their star striker.