Vol. 9 No. 2 (2018)
Articles

LIFE ISSUES IN THE LIGHT OF SELF-KNOWLEDGE: THE EXPERIENCES OF AN OPTIONAL UNDERGRADUATE COURSE

Published August 21, 2020
Edina Molnár
John von Neumann University
Anna Márfy
John von Neumann University
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APA

Molnár, E., & Márfy, A. (2020). LIFE ISSUES IN THE LIGHT OF SELF-KNOWLEDGE: THE EXPERIENCES OF AN OPTIONAL UNDERGRADUATE COURSE. Economica, 9(2), 65–70. https://doi.org/10.47282/ECONOMICA/2018/9/2/4136

‘Life Issues’ was actually invented as a knowledge development special course advertised as an optional subject, generating great interest among students. In this case the knowledge development meant the achievement of a deeper level of self-awareness, which was fully realized in this semester. The student reflections speak for themselves. At the end of the course we drew the conclusion with the students together: psychological safety is created by self-knowledge and the harmony evolved with the world.