Valuing the desires of others
Question from the Internet:
“What is the most important value of the philosophy of a human person to you?”
There is not much I can do with the philosophy of another human being. Philosophy is something “airy”, theoretical, something one cannot touch.
What I can work with, what I can value is the desires, needs of another human being. Through the desires, needs of others I can learn how to sense them, try to fulfill them exactly how they want it, through their point of view, without any instinctively subjective, egocentric calculations, bias from my point of view.
Then through the desires, viewpoints of others I can acquire a completely new, selfless, objective, “multi-angled” perception of reality beyond the inherently egocentric, subjective limitations of time, space, and physical motion.