SPIRITUAL TRANSFORMATION OF MAN THROUGH DOCTRINE OF HUMAN DUTIES: A DOCUMENTARY ANALYSIS
Keywords:spiritual transformation, material and formal, epistemological attributes
The aim of the research was to define1the spiritual transformation of man through the doctrine of human duties. The1research was a documented review of duty with respect to the different conceptions that philosophers have had. The population was all philosophers starting from the Stoics, the great contributions of Socrates, Platon, Aristotle, Cicerón, St. Thomas Aquinas and these conceptions about duty are updated in philosophers of the modern age such as: Kant, Murphy, Beck, Bayon, Vecchio, Francisco Vives, who seek to formulate epistemological precisions of duty. The variables were: spiritual transformation, human duties. The different definitions of duty were used, the definitions of the Espasa Calpe Dictionary were taken, which informs us from the etymology of duty, Santillana. "Duty is a concrete term, it includes two essential elements: the material and the formal, which is nothing other than action and force," it also tells us that man is obliged to respect religious precepts, natural laws or positive laws, Duty is to fulfill what was promised, and something very important is that the duty of the government is to ensure that there is true justice in the country. It was evidenced that duty is in the life and conscience of man, which through the course of civilization, has been presented on the basis of the scale of values emerging from each place and time. It is an imminent attribute of man that determines his permanent and theoretical contradiction on his definition and discussion in the face of other epistemological attributes of the scale of human values.